By Suzanne Leigh Excerpt: Social isolation and loneliness can be a potent stressor in both teens and adults. To mitigate distress, some individuals may turn to maladaptive behaviors like excessive alcohol or drugs. Conversely, social connection can reinforce health promoting behaviors, providing the support to make good habits stick. Read more here!
On March 23rd Depeche Mode Kicked off their World Tour at the Golden One Center in Sacramento, CA. The sold out concert showcased new songs from the Momento Mori album as well as fan favorites from the 80’s, 90’s. 00’s, and 10’s. The Momento Mori album dropped later that evening on Spotify and Apple Music […]
The long playoff drought is over for the Sacramento Kings. Now it’s time to see if they got what it takes to bring home the Championship. It’s not going to be easy for the young upstart Kings as they have to battle in round one against the defending champions from the bay, The Golden State […]
by: Adam Grant, Organizational Psychologist Here are 7 things that will help make your next panel discussion not suck.
“There is a tremendous power in using the least amount of information to get a point across” -Rick Rubin
“I’d rather be happy being myself than sad trying to please everyone else.” – J. Cole
At the halfway mark of this years NBA season one thing is clear… the Sacramento Kings can hoop it up with the best of them. Do you think they have what it takes to venture deep into the playoffs? Check out what Chris Biderman from the Sacramento Bee thinks bout this years Kings and join […]
“If you take this seven-day challenge and if you commit yourself to doing all of these things without cheating, not only you will know what makes happy people happy, but at the end of the challenge, you might also experience that happiness for yourself.” You can check out the full article here.
Season 6 Episode 55: Jason Sitar and Jose Napoles discuss the problems college students face when they lack a stable place to live.
In this episode of in our tribe Jason & Jose, from Lutheran Social Services, talk about homelessness surrounding college students. They touch on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and how college campuses go about making students feeling wanted and like they belong. To learn more about Lutheran Social Services and who they are, click here!
Warning Explicit Content If you have ever been on either end of a two in the morning text to save someone from falling then you know exactly what this song is about. Life. Enjoy!
Laura MecklerWashington PostMay 31, 2022 Excerpt: “The survey found that mental health needs were acute not just for students, but for school employees, too. About 3 in 10 schools reported an increase in workers seeking school-based mental health services, and 6 in 10 reported a rise in staffers’ concern over their own or their colleagues’ […]
The Mid City CAN Youth Council envisions a world where young people thrive and everything is possible when we invest in education, not incarceration. They believe, with proper support, all young people can participate meaningfully in decision-making. They are a group of young people, ages 13-18, who want to create change in Southeast San Diego’s […]