Top Social Media Posts

Monday, January 30, 2017

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Here are the top social media posts this past month…

 

Manulife increases mental health coverage for employees to $10K per year

Manulife, which employs 9,000 people in Canada, recently overhauled its benefits plan to increase mental health coverage to $10,000 per year for employees and each of their family members. Read more…

 

How parents can cope with generalized anxiety disorder

#BellLetsTalk Day is aiming to raise awareness about numerous mental health issues, including generalized anxiety disorder. If you are a parent with a child who suffers from anxiety, you may relate with this story. Read more…

 

Taking A Break From Facebook May Boost Mental Health, Study Finds

A  study finds that after a week of quitting Facebook, people’s mental health is considerably improved, and their feelings of envy somewhat dissipated. Read more…

 

Brave New Year

If you're beating yourself up because you've already come up short on your New Year's resolutions - don't fret - Dr. Melanie Badali talks about Bravery in our not so typical New Year's resolutions blog post. Read more…

 

Mental health awareness badges inspired by Carrie Fisher take over social media

People living with mental illness and other invisible conditions are fighting stigma head-on, thanks to a new social media campaign. A collection of simple online badges, created by 28-year-old mental health advocate Kat Selwyn Layton from North Carolina, features declarative statements about mental health on colorful backgrounds. Read more…

 

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