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7 ways to manage midterm stress

It’s normal to feel stressed about midterms. Here are some things you can do if you’re feeling anxious, stressed or overwhelmed.

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3 tips for better mental health in 2022

Whether 2021 represented a return to normal or another difficult year for you, here are some tips you can use to improve your mental health going into 2022.

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4 things you can do if you’re feeling lonely or homesick

Whether you're returning to campus or just starting out at CU Boulder, adjusting to a new schedule and new semester can be challenging. Here are some helpful tips that can help you feel better.

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3 things everyone should know about stalking

Sometimes it can be hard to know where to draw the line between annoying, clingy interactions and stalking. Here are a few things that everyone should know about stalking.

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5 signs of depression you shouldn’t ignore

Watching a friend struggle with their mental health can be painful. Here are some common symptoms of depression and ways to help a loved one who may be struggling.

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3 things you can do to make it through winter

The spring semester has officially begun, but it still feels like winter outside. Here are 3 things you can do to make it through the last few winter months.

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Mental health is... Prioritizing your needs

With so much going on, it can be hard to pinpoint exactly what we need or what our priorities should be. Here are a few steps to help you get started: 1: Take our free self-assessment We have created a free self-assessment for students, staff and faculty to help you...

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What to do if you think someone is experiencing domestic violence or intimate partner abuse

During the COVID-19 pandemic incidents of domestic violence have increased. Here are some things you can do if you suspect someone is experiencing domestic violence or intimate partner abuse.

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5 ways to address racial trauma

Racial trauma is something that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) experience on a daily basis. In many cases this trauma can show up in subtle ways, making it difficult to identify emotions and address it in the moment. Here are 5 ways to begin addressing racial trauma.

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How to be a Buff: Supporting a friend after a traumatic experience

When upsetting things happen and people need someone to talk to, they usually turn to a friend, roommate or someone they trust. Here are some ways you can support a friend after a traumatic experience.

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