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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Mental Health 2021

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Mental Health 2021: Heeding our Health

With the toll of the COVID-19 pandemic and an array of other social, political and environmental issues plaguing our world today, the mental health of youth in particular seems acutely at risk.

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As with most abstract concepts, the language we use to approximate mental health shapes our attitudes toward it. In the case of mental health, this often results in growing up with stigma.
As with most abstract concepts, the language we use to approximate mental health shapes our attitudes toward it. In the case of mental health, this often results in growing up with stigma.
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When you're an immigrant who spends your entire life working to be wealthy, oftentimes you work to the detriment of your health.
When you're an immigrant who spends your entire life working to be wealthy, oftentimes you work to the detriment of your health.
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Avoidance of food drives more fear, leading to caloric deficits, deprivation and in turn, more fear. It doesn’t take a drastic deficit to produce cascading mental health effects.
Avoidance of food drives more fear, leading to caloric deficits, deprivation and in turn, more fear. It doesn’t take a drastic deficit to produce cascading mental health effects.
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With the toll of the COVID-19 pandemic and an array of other social, political and environmental issues plaguing our world today, the mental health of youth in particular seems acutely at risk.
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With the toll of the COVID-19 pandemic and an array of other social, political and environmental issues plaguing our world today, the mental health of youth in particular seems acutely at risk.
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As with most abstract concepts, the language we use to approximate mental health shapes our attitudes toward it. In the case of mental health, this often results in growing up with stigma.
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As with most abstract concepts, the language we use to approximate mental health shapes our attitudes toward it. In the case of mental health, this often results in growing up with stigma.
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When you're an immigrant who spends your entire life working to be wealthy, oftentimes you work to the detriment of your health.
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When you're an immigrant who spends your entire life working to be wealthy, oftentimes you work to the detriment of your health.
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Avoidance of food drives more fear, leading to caloric deficits, deprivation and in turn, more fear. It doesn’t take a drastic deficit to produce cascading mental health effects.
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Avoidance of food drives more fear, leading to caloric deficits, deprivation and in turn, more fear. It doesn’t take a drastic deficit to produce cascading mental health effects.
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Climate change-related anxiety is now a worldwide phenomenon, especially among young people. Generation Z must grapple with the burden of being the ones that must solve climate change.
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Climate change-related anxiety is now a worldwide phenomenon, especially among young people. Generation Z must grapple with the burden of being the ones that must solve climate change.
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If we are to thrive as students, it is wise to prioritize our mental health. UC Berkeley has a plethora of special mental health and emotional wellness services, available to all students, staff and faculty, that may help you on your journey.
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If we are to thrive as students, it is wise to prioritize our mental health. UC Berkeley has a plethora of special mental health and emotional wellness services, available to all students, staff and faculty, that may help you on your journey.
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We have all felt some form of loss from the pandemic. Life, loved ones, whatever it may be, we are all entitled to our emotional responses to loss and to trauma.
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We have all felt some form of loss from the pandemic. Life, loved ones, whatever it may be, we are all entitled to our emotional responses to loss and to trauma.
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When so many aspects of our lives seem out of our control, it's satisfying to make your own dish and enjoy it right after.
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When so many aspects of our lives seem out of our control, it's satisfying to make your own dish and enjoy it right after.
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I kept my struggles to myself. Even though I was visibly suffering and in an abusive friendship, it seemed like no one could understand me, nor would they invest any time and energy in recognizing why I was so ill.
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I kept my struggles to myself. Even though I was visibly suffering and in an abusive friendship, it seemed like no one could understand me, nor would they invest any time and energy in recognizing why I was so ill.
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As studies continually investigate the correlation between social media usage and mental health, we have become acutely attuned to the deeper reality behind the screen. Modern online platforms now hold the power to use us as much as — and sometimes even more than — we use them.
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As studies continually investigate the correlation between social media usage and mental health, we have become acutely attuned to the deeper reality behind the screen. Modern online platforms now hold the power to use us as much as — and sometimes even more than — we use them.
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