Express Your LGBTQIA+ Allyship with Empathetic Language
Express Your LGBTQIA+ Allyship with Empathetic LanguageI support you. These three little words can make a big difference, and they’re the backbone of what it means to be an ally. In...June 18, 2021
5 Ways to Make an Introduction over Email
5 Ways to Make an Introduction over EmailMaking a good first impression is important, and that can be challenging over the medium of email. In a one-sided message, the...June 2, 2021
4 Things to Avoid When Talking About Mental Health
4 Things to Avoid When Talking About Mental HealthDue to a history of widespread stigma surrounding mental illnesses, insensitive language has reared its head in the ways we talk...May 18, 2021
How to Express Support for People’s Mental Health
How to Express Support for People’s Mental HealthAnxiety and depression have become common mental health concerns—especially in light of the pandemic. While these topics can be...May 11, 2021
Language to Protect Your Mental Health
Language to Protect Your Mental HealthSocial isolation. Work-from-home burnout. Public health-related stress. Political upheaval. If the past year has taught us...May 3, 2021
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