Thrive Thursdays


Staying Mentally Positive
Manas Aavula | March 11, 2021

Nowadays, I can’t believe how many people struggle to have good mental health which leads to many other problems in their life. For me, having good mental health means I have less anxiety and stress, not too worried about...

Productivity comes in many waves.
Thrive Team | February 04, 2021

Everyone needs to prioritize their health and wellness, both physical and mental.

2020 was a really bad year.
Sophia Pregadio | January 28, 2021

I think I can speak for everyone when I say that this year was one of the worst years to ever happen to us.

be well.
Ellen Rondina | November 12, 2020

As a transformational wellness coach, a university professor, a licensed master social worker, and a metaphysical minister, I know that self-care is one of the most foundational and effective tools we have to guide our own...

Many of these helpers have impacted people positively and will understand what students go through in college.
Maureen Tanner | November 05, 2020

College is not always a path set for everyone. Many people go through the motions of college, but never feel the rigorous beating of certain workloads.

Throughout the entire summer if there’s something I’ve learned, it’s to always try and find the light even in the darkest times.
Roni Kissil | October 22, 2020

COVID-19 has definitely taken a toll.

Self-compassion has many positive implications.
Katie Wheeler | October 08, 2020

Self compassion is not to be confused with self-esteem. Per a Goop Podcast titled “The Science of Self-Compassion”1 Kristen Neff, PhD, elaborates on what the difference is, plus how to cultivate self-compassion and it’s...

 Caring, compassion, and community needs to take its place.
Lexis Barbieri | October 01, 2020

I am the daughter of a retired law enforcement officer of 35 years.

Protect your inner child.
Camilla Andrade | September 17, 2020

As a college student, I see caring for myself as a privilege rather than something necessary and vital.

“Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly, and most underrated agent of human change” -Bob Kerrey
Anonymous | August 27, 2020

We usually perform random acts of kindness when we first meet someone or for a stranger. We buy our new friends’ food and offer to drive them places, we compliment strangers and hold the door for them. But what happens...

 

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