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Buffs supporting Buffs during Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Abuse Awareness Month

Intimate partner abuse/domestic violence happens in all communities, and the way we respond to survivors matters, often influencing their decisions to seek out further help and affecting the healing process.

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Buffs supporting Buffs through traumatic events

Traumatic events happen every day, and the CU Boulder community is not exempt. The way we respond to survivors matters, often influencing their decisions to seek out further help and affecting the healing process.

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Starting off strong

Whether you’re getting used to a new course schedule, a new residence off-campus or a new job or internship, the beginning of a new semester can bring a lot of change.

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How to Help a Friend with Disordered Eating

Eating disorders can be hard to talk about. They can be even harder to talk about when you’re concerned about a friend. Starting the conversation and connecting a friend to resources is important in getting them the help need.

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January is National Stalking Awareness Month

While legal definitions vary, a working definition of stalking is “a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear.”

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The Power of Positive Psychology

When we're going through a hard time, our outlook can be the vehicle to a better place.

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Getting Festive this Winter Break

From family dinners to ugly sweater parties, the holidays can be a time of celebrating, feasting and drinking. Here are a few things to consider when celebrating over winter break.

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Stress: The Good, The Bad, The In-Between

The right amount of stress can keep us motivated, but too much of it can take a toll on our well-being. It’s important to find healthy ways to manage stress.

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Is substance use affecting your relationships?

Making connections with others is an important part of the university experience. Drinking alcohol or using other drugs are sometimes seen as a vehicle for socializing*.

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How to Help a Friend With an Eating Disorder

Eating disorders can be hard to talk about. They can be even harder to talk about when you’re concerned about a friend.

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