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HELP AND HOPE

Hey there! Let me throw some love at you real quick — and if you’re like me and bad at taking compliments, remember to suck it up and let me shower you with well-deserved reminders of love and your own strength. Thank you in advance 😉 You are whole. You are loved. You are strong. …

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MUSIC MOODS

Music Moods provides playlists for our ever-changing moods and states of wellbeing! We will curate playlists that are meant for those upbeat, Tuesday night spontaneous undie dance parties as well as the slow sad Sunday nights where we can’t stop listening to old Adele… Music has the capability to transcend the present moment and transport …

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JOTTINGS

Together, we will untether the tight bands that constrict our vulnerability and create space for beauty to bloom out of pain, confusion and the constant buzzing of the world. In Jottings, we strive to uncover ourselves and our struggles in order to help heal ourselves and our community. It can take only one person sharing …

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ABOUT

Hello everyone and welcome to Dear Minds: Finding Our Yellow! I am so happy you have stumbled upon our platform because here we are cultivating a community of healers, light spreaders, wanderers, introverts and extroverts, where any and all are welcome and celebrated. This is a place where we can skip the phase of being …

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4TH ANNUAL YELLOW TULIP PROJECT HELD TO DESTIGMATIZE MENTAL ILLNESS

PORTLAND, Maine —The 4th annual Yellow Tulip Project was held at Congress Square Park on Portland Saturday, aiming to change the way people talk about mental illness. The founder of the event, Julia Hansen, brought the event to Portland after losing her two best friends to suicide. Now, the wellness event functions to bring the …

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MENTAL HEALTH EXHIBIT OPENING FEATURES ASSUMPTION PROFESSOR AND STUDENT RESEARCHER

Exhibit Features Assumption Professor and Student Research on Mental Health Paul M. Piwko, visiting assistant professor of accounting, and Alexandra Orlandi ’19, a psychology major and human services and rehabilitation studies minor, recently spoke about their research into mental health exhibitions during the opening of a new exhibit at Logan International Airport in Boston. Prof. …

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WLOB NEWSTALK MAINE

05-03-18 The Yellow Tulip Project Ray, Debi and Bob are joined in studio by Alison Ingalls. She is representing the Yellow Tulip Project. The Yellow Tulip Project is meant to help smash the stigma around mental illness and was started by Julia Hanson. Alison explains why and how she got involved. She describes her battle …

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