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Lets Talk: Mental Health In the Asian Community

Join us as we chat about Mental Health in the Asian American community. All proceeds will benefit Tangible Movement Non-profit.About this EventWe'll be discussing mental health in the Asian American community and the stigma behind it.The Facts:Cultural factors, such as language, age, gender, and others, can influence the mental health of Asians, particularly immigrantsTraditional (adhering to native values) Asians place great value on the family as a unit. Each individual has a clearly defined role and position inthe family hierarchy and is expected to function within that role, submitting to the larger needs of the familySocial stigma, shame, and saving face often prevent Asians from seeking behavioral health careAsian patients are likely to express psychological distress as physical complaints.

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Social Media-Mental Health Advocates

Jessica Hutt

One of the greatest benefits of living in the age of social media is having access to other peoples’ experiences. While some social media influencers have been criticized for promoting unattainably perfect lifestyles, others are refreshingly honest, and candidly share their messy, flawed truths with the world. One such truth is the positive influence that going to therapy has had upon their lives. These people have realized that therapy is just another form of self-care, like a workout or a massage. Going to therapy has allowed them to process their thoughts, prioritize their wellness, and help them feel better and more productive. This week for Therapy Thursday, we are going to shout out three amazing social media influencers who have spoken candidly on how therapy has helped them become their best selves:
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Tip Tuesday - Breaking Up With Shyness

Jessica Hutt

Do you know the difference between shyness and introversion? Introversion is a basic personality trait that is characterized by inward-looking thoughts and feelings, while shyness is insecurity and inability to speak up. Despite the fact that shyness is most often the result of a painful experience, between 40 to 60 percent of adults define themselves as being shy, and most of us will experience shyness at some time in our lives. The good news is that shyness can be overcome by changing our inner dialogue and strengthening the voice within.
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TANGIBLE MOVEMENT X NOSTGMA BAND MENTAL HEALTH BENEFIT CONCERT & SURVIVOR TESTIMONIALS FOR CHARITY!

Torri Shack

Tangible Movement is proud to present our 3rd Benefit Concert for Mental Health featuring The NOSTGMA Band. The event will also feature "Survivor Testimonials" Date of event: 2/22/20.
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Lets Talk: Mental Health In the Asian Community

Torri Shack

Join us as we chat about Mental Health in the Asian American community. All proceeds will benefit Tangible Movement Non-profit.About this EventWe'll be discussing mental health in the Asian American community and the stigma behind it.The Facts:Cultural factors, such as language, age, gender, and others, can influence the mental health of Asians, particularly immigrantsTraditional (adhering to native values) Asians place great value on the family as a unit. Each individual has a clearly defined role and position inthe family hierarchy and is expected to function within that role, submitting to the larger needs of the familySocial stigma, shame, and saving face often prevent Asians from seeking behavioral health careAsian patients are likely to express psychological distress as physical complaints.
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Interview - The story of Susie Weaver

Jessica Hutt

Susie Weaver is the founder of So Happy In Town, a lifestyle and parenting blog that emphasizes the importance of mental health. Join Tangible Movement Editor-in-Chief Jessica Hutt in discovering the role of mental health in Susie’s career and beyond.
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We're Totally (Not) OK Podcast Features Tangible Movement!

We're Totally (Not) Ok Podcast

We're Totally (Not) Ok Podcast featuring our Executive Director Torri Shack. Torri Speaks about her own personal challenges with depression, addiction, suicide, bipolar II and personal Relationships.
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