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An Interview With the Minds Behind Connected Mind

An Interview With the Minds Behind Connected Mind

Hi there, and thank you for checking out the Shadow’s Edge blog! I’m the community manager for Shadow’s Edge, and I love sharing new resources with our audience whenever I can. We make a lot of really awesome friends at our company, and I wanted to introduce our...

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How to Break Negative Thought Patterns

How to Break Negative Thought Patterns

Our team at Shadow's Edge loves to work with guest authors! And for this week's blogpost, we have the wonderful guest author Swati Chugh writing about how to break negative thought patterns! And man, that can be really hard to do when life isn't going how we would...

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Coping Mechanisms – Healthy vs Unhealthy

Coping Mechanisms – Healthy vs Unhealthy

When I was a kid my mom would take me into bars with her and drink. She didn’t really give much thought that I was 10, or 12, or whatever age. Sometimes she took my sister and me both, mainly because she didn’t want to find a babysitter and didn’t want to leave us...

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Returning to School with Chronic Illness or Disability

Returning to School with Chronic Illness or Disability

If you have a chronic illness or disability, returning to school can be a scary, stressful experience. That’s especially true if you’ve been out for a while being diagnosed, treated, or possibly home/hospital schooled. It might have been six months, a year or...

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How Buying Second-Hand Helps My Mental Health

How Buying Second-Hand Helps My Mental Health

Like many young people today, I struggle with anxiety and depression over the health of our planet. Seeing news about climate change and plastic waste filling our oceans really puts a huge weight on my mental health. I get to feeling like "Why even try? What's it all...

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Debunking 7 Mental Health Myths

Debunking 7 Mental Health Myths

People struggling with mental health concerns are fighting more than their own minds. They also fight against misconceptions that consider people with mental health problems dangerous, lazy, useless, or beyond help. One thing we can do as a society to help individuals...

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COVID-19 and the Rekindling of a Lost Friendship

COVID-19 and the Rekindling of a Lost Friendship

It’s July 2021, and it has been more than a year since our lives were completely thrown off course by COVID-19. It’s kind of weird to think about all that has happened. How much loss has devastated our lives throughout the pandemic. We’ve missed out on work, school,...

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“One Last Stop”- A Book Review

“One Last Stop”- A Book Review

A few weeks back, I had eye surgery and was exploring audio books when I stumbled on an unexpected LGTBQ+ romance called “One Last Stop,” written by Casey McQuiston. I figured, why not?  Now, to be clear, the “why not” doesn’t necessarily refer to the heroine being...

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5 Relatable Web Comics for Mental Health Challenges

5 Relatable Web Comics for Mental Health Challenges

I have always been a huge lover of stories. It doesn't matter if those stories are in movies and television shows, novels, short stories, or comics. So, it won’t be surprising to anyone reading this that I am a HUGE fan of Webtoon. If you’ve never heard of it, Webtoon...

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