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mental health

Preventing Youth Suicide

Sisterhood Agenda Preventing Youth Suicide

Youth suicide is at an all-time high.

The number of suicides among the youth has increased rapidly over the past few decades, and 18 young people commit suicide every day in the U.S. alone.

Youth suicide can be attributed to increased stress from school, lack of jobs,

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The Addictive Nature of Social Media

Sisterhood Agenda addictive nature of social media

Sisterhood Agenda is concerned about the addictive nature of social media, especially for our girls.  We can examine the addictive nature of social media when we begin to understand what social media is and what it does.

Here is some background about the addictive nature of social media.

Social media is a place where people connect with other people and share pictures with other people.

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Effective Coping Strategies

Coping strategies are needed for your health, especially your mental health.  Let’s make sure your coping strategies are effective and healthy.

What are coping strategies?

Coping strategies are different ways that a person can use to help deal with a situation or problem.

Coping strategies can be emotional,

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Using the New 988 Crisis Line

Sisterhood Agenda the new 988 Crisis Line

Do you know about the new 988 Crisis Line?

The national suicide prevention hotline is funded by SAMHSA and has been administered by Vibrant Emotional Health since 2005. They have over 200 centers full of trained counselors to help you or a loved one in crisis or in distress.

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Traveling Alone Can Empower Women

Traveling alone is a terrifying thought, especially if you haven’t done it before. Imagine:  you’ll be in a place you’re not familiar with and you don’t know anyone.  Of course, you need to make sure that you stay safe.

There’s no one to trust but yourself.

“Can I really travel alone?”

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How To Deal with Rude Behavior – the Decent Way

Rude behavior is very common and dealing with rude people is something that all of us should learn. You can encounter rude behavior in the workplace, in the supermarket, in PTA meetings, even at home. Don’t some people really just tick you off?

In this article, you will find out how you can get out of a scenario where you are being disrespected or receiving rude and unpleasant behavior from someone.

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