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July 8, 2020 | Issue 9
 
With the world the way it is right now, it's easy to get caught up and flooded with negative emotions. Our resources this month deal with checking in with your body and learning how to deal with negative thoughts. If you like our newsletter or have a suggestion, let us know with a reply. As always, 18percent is here to act as a support resource for you, sign up or log in here.
 
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Helpful Mental Health Resources
 
Often our first reaction to feeling bad is to figure out how to get rid of that feeling, but there are benefits to riding it out.
 
 
Spoiler: The answer is yes. Therapist Kati Morton offers tips to make the most of online therapy and how to get started.
 
 
Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired - four things that can make you feel bad. Learn to do this check when something feels off to figure out what your body needs.
 
 
Trans Lifeline is an organization for trans people that offers a support hotline and gives out microgrants for those in need.
 
 
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Charleena Lyles' tragic story exemplifies the danger people of color with mental illness may face when in need of help. Recognizing privilege and fighting against racism needs to be part of mental health advocacy. 
 
 
Positive thinking and gratitude are nothing new, but this article provides some tips on how to actually get value from them in ways you may not have tried.
 
 
This tool from the Center for Clinical Interventions walks you through the process of challenging negative thoughts about yourself. 
 
 
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From Our Community
 
18percent's community members have so much insight and kindness to share...here are some highlights.
 
 
Getting Things Done With Highlighted Lists
"My adhd often overwhelms me. I joke that everyone’s got one to two tabs open in their brains and I’ve got like a million. I found that making a list helped me a ton. I always write what I had to do at the start of the day to everything I need to do before bed. At the end of the day I highlight everything. Green for done. Yellow for in progress and Red for haven't started. Visually seeing the fact I’ve made progress helps me so much. Lists help but highlighting is what made the difference for me. You can also motivate yourself with candy or something you enjoy. ewarding yourself is a great way to get something done short term
 
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