We study to do better in class. We work out to try to obtain a date. We eat well to not create future health problems. Yet something we fail to act upon is our mental health. The effects are real, but they are somehow seen as less important than other aspects of our lives.
Reacting to this, Generation Z is redefining coping mechanisms with a sense of humor that is a little bit… well, twisted.
“I wanted people to look at my smile and think ‘Oh, she’s perfect, she’s fine,’ but on the inside, I was the complete opposite.”
The most stressful time of the year for students often arrives with midterms and finals. The hours spent sitting in class, studying, doing homework, keeping up with a social life and possibly working a job can be a lot to…
Her heart stopped beating at 27 years-old. Denise Solters, now 70, stares at the ocean at Cayucos State Beach with a level of appreciation unmatched by many.
Cal Poly plans to bring on a psychiatrist, two counselors and one licensed clinical social worker.
The Tubbs Fire destroyed Sean O’Donnell’s Santa Rosa home was burnt to the ground in October 2017.
OWN covered topics such as feminism, gender, race, family, mental health and the life of a woman in college.
Winter-onset seasonal affective disorder (SAD) can be seen in as many as 10 to 20 percent of adults
Instagram posts can be a humble brag or a way to capture a memory. But other times, they’re a cry for help. Assistant Director of Community Prevention and Intervention Services Dr. Hannah Roberts said that even though social media can…
Cal Poly mental health officials are facing a surge in demand for their services, an occurrence that is mirrored in counseling centers across the nation. These services range from individual therapy sessions and skill-based workshops at the counseling center to…