COVID-19 Q&A: Mental Health and Self-Care Considerations

So, again, my name is Michael Stewart. Hi, everyone. I work with the OI Foundation as the regional program services manager. Today, our session is going to be on mental health strategies and self-care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Before we get into some of the larger issues today, I wanted to go over some of the procedures for today. So,…

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How Your Baby Changes Your Brain

[♪ INTRO ] If you’re not the one doing the whole pregnancy-and-labor thing, the physical changes you go through when your kid is born might not be as dramatic. But it’s still pretty obvious when you become a parent, more it might say that it’s a parent. You get those dark circles under your eyes from the constant lack of…

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Mental Illness vs. Mental Health

…Please welcome to the stage: Zac Crouse [applause] My name is Zac and we’re going to talk about some uncomfortable stuff today. Let’s get that out of the way. Right off the bat. We’re going to talk – Not about Mental Health. ‘Cause no one’s uncomfortable about Mental Health. It’s the Illness part we have problems with. I developed PTSD…

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The Truth About Mental Illness (A Holistic Perspective)

people think mental illness is one in your brain and two comes out to genetics and neuro chemicals and neuro chemical imbalance but there’s a lot of things that go into something like depression and the biology is just such a small part of it hey guys in this video I want to talk about Western medicine and its involvement…

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Finding Inspiration Again After Depression + hear what’s on my next EP

Okay.. Hellooo Camera (sighs) This Feels really weird (chuckles) Okay! Sooo.. Yesterday it was a big deal for me to post a video to everywhere on the social social medias But I guess I was a little bit more serious than I usually am in yesterday’s video and so I just kinda wanted to make this video to even it…

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Mandisa Shares About Her Struggle with Depression

– Okay, it’s okay to cry, right? – [Group] Yeah, yes. – Cause that’s probably gonna happen. I just got off of a long tour. – [Natalie] Yeah. – Everything that I wanted to do when I got home was to just sit in my bed. Like there is a part of me that goes, I actually deserve this, like…

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How bumble bees inspired a network of tiny museums | Amanda Schochet

Transcriber: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Camille Martínez If you told me five years ago that today I’d be delivering a talk about our individual power to make a difference, I would have cringed. It was my job to study huge global systems. I was a researcher at NASA using satellite data to study the big picture. You can see a lot…

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This Worm-y Critter Is (Probably) Our Oldest Ancestor | SciShow News

[♪ INTRO] Humans belong to a large and proud lineage of animals known as bilaterians. Bilaterian because we are all bilaterally symmetrical; you can draw a line down the middle of us and each half is basically a reflection of the other. Paleontologists have long suspected that our lineage arose more than 550 million years ago in the Ediacaran Period,…

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Coronavirus and Mental Health

SO WE’RE WRAPPING UP DAY THREE OF THE GOVERNOR STAY AT HOME ORDER. HOW ARE YOU DOING? ARE YOU RELAXED, STRESSED? WELL, IF YOU’RE FEELING STRESSED OUT TONIGHT, I WANT YOU TO HEAR THAT THIS MENTAL HEALTH EXPERT AND WHAT HE HAS TO SAY TONIGHT WHAT SUGGESTIONS DO YOU HAVE TO HELP US EASE THE TENSION THAT MAY DEVELOP OF…

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The Gospel of Matthew: A Portrait of God’s Servant

Hey church. Matt Blackwell here. I serve as our pastor at our northwest congregation. I wanna thank you for joining us online today. You know we’re living in a crazy time right now, but it’s also an amazing time where we can do just this. Where we can gather and open the word together. I wanna let you know, last…

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