How Fashion Helped Me Work through Depression – Peter Minkoff

How Fashion Helped Me Work through Depression – Peter Minkoff

Societal norms and cultural expectations can often be too much too process, and they can slowly erode your self-confidence and your beliefs, simply because you do not fit some sort of a mold. I’ve lived and grown my entire life in a very loving community, a metropolis as colorful as they come. But that can [...]

Six Tips to Relieve School Stress – Just Call Me Jess

Six Tips to Relieve School Stress – Just Call Me Jess

The new school year is right around the corner and almost everyone is excited! Yes summer break is coming to an end, but the year will be filled with new opportunities to learn and make new friends...for most. For some, the new school year can be stressful! There is school supplies, new environment, new teachers/professors, [...]

How To: Be Resilient Against Your Chronic Society Anxiety – Ariette Hung

How To: Be Resilient Against Your Chronic Society Anxiety – Ariette Hung

About the Guest Author:   This article is written for The Unsanity Blog by Canadian blogger, Ariette Hung. She is currently working towards a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling. She cares deeply about mental health literacy, promoting resilience and growth, and instilling hope in others in times of adversity such as mental health struggles. When [...]

Mental Health Mini Series: 4 Reasons Why You Should Start to Exercise – Stephanie Robbins

Hello Friends! I am so happy to be back doing a guest post series for Koral! Thank you so much for this chance. I’m Stephanie from A Red Hair Girl. In January I wrote a post for Koral that gave you some background about my mental health issues. Then I went on to explain three [...]