A series aimed at creating open, authentic conversations on mental health. At Inspiring My Generation, we are focused on not only starting the conversation on mental health, but also providing space and tools for a supportive, validating conversations. The objective is to amplify the voices of our mental health community while providing information on various mental health conditions and symptoms from mental health professionals and / or individuals with lived experience.

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The Greatest College Health Guide You Never Knew You Needed with Jill and David Henry Normalize The Conversation

In this episode of Normalize The Conversation, Jill and Dave Henry guide us through the following questions:  Reframing the college experience and understanding the challenges of the transition: Why is the transition to college so challenging for students? What message should students receive as they prepare for the transition to college?  Dependable obstacles in the college setting & assessing how you’re doing: The college environment is “comically designed for students to fail.” How can students check in with themselves to see how they’re doing? Reframing “what I want to be” to “what I want to do” → in all aspects of life: What are some ways that students can “course correct” if they realize they’re off track?  Preparing for College: What are some things students can do this summer to prepare for the transition to college? — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/normalizetheconversation/support
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Disclaimer: Inspiring My Generation is dedicated to providing a safe place for open mental health conversations that offer support and information on what has worked for others. Please note, mental health is not a “one size fits all” and what works for some may not work for others. Although education is an importance piece of our series, it is up to you to conduct your own research, connect with medical professionals, and determine what is best for you.