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Reading and mental health: How diving into a book can dig you out of depression 

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one.”― George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons What is your favorite book?  Could you even pick one? What makes it your favorite? My current top 5 are: Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García …

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Exploring Teen Depression in the Film “Faulty Roots”

I came across the film project “Faulty Roots” on Twitter. The Indiegogo fundraising link popped up on my feed. They must have read my mind. Twitter somehow knew I am an absolute sucker for people trying to raise money for good causes. I also find it hard to resist a passion project— and this is …

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5 ”Black Mirror” Episodes and How They Relate to Mental Health Issues

What is your favorite “Black Mirror” episode? Is it “Fifteen Million Merits,” about a man who helps a woman make it on to a show about a singing competition? Is it “Nosedive,” about a woman who becomes obsessed with her standing on social media? I definitely have favorites, just like any fan, and wanted to …

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My Favorite Mood Issue | How A True Crime Podcast Is Influencing A Generation Of Mental Health Sufferers

What is your favorite murder? It sounds like a strange question. To one of the fastest growing groups of people on the internet, it’s a question that has launched friendships. The podcast “My Favorite Murder” has created countless communities. Not only that, but it has taught people to view the world around them in a …

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