Results tagged with 'mental health'
Published July 17, 2019
Derell Sultan, 9, and his mom recently traveled to Washington, D.C., to speak up for mental and behavioral health for kids at the Children's Hospital Association Family Advocacy Day, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published Aug. 22, 2018
It's never too early, Milwaukeeans, to think about your brain and how it will work for the rest of your life. Luckily, Milwaukee makes it easy to find local products that can boost your brain health.
Published June 14, 2018
The food world trembled as it awoke last Friday to reports that renowned chef, author and popular television host Anthony Bourdain had committed suicide in his hotel room in France. Meanwhile, a local chef's response to the news is a call to action.
Published May 27, 2017
The NAMIWalks 5K drew hundreds of participants and volunteers out to raise money for the nonprofit organization, which works to support those who live with mental illness and reduce societal stigma, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published Jan. 22, 2016
Traditional "talk therapy" doesn't work for everyone because some are simply not comfortable verbalizing their feelings. This is where art therapy might work for someone who has suffered a trauma and would like to process it in a more creative way.
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Marriage is work. I hear single people complain over their status often. On the flip side attached people complain about the opposite. It seems no matter how long a person has been involved in a relationship, there is always some small speck of something missing. What happens when ...
Tuesday August 27th, 2013 – Fox Lake, IL The major life purge continues, and I feel improvement every day. Organizing my inner world is the only thing that will organize my outer world, and I desperately needed it. Every bit of junk I throw out opens that much more space to ...
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