May 30, 2019 (Link to source article here) This month the NCIBH spoke with Sharon Engdahl, Executive Director of the American Mental Wellness Association. Sharon has worked in the mental health education and research field for over 45 years. She is the founder and executive director of the Mental Wellness Awareness Association. MWAA’s mission is to […]
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Most of us learn from an early age that the only appropriate answer to the question “How are you doing?” or “How are you holding up?”, is to say that we are “OK”, “Fine”. The denial of any problems becomes so reflexive and automatic that many of us cannot even recognize the degree of stress […]