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Mental Health Disorder Among Latinx Parents

The Latinx community is the fastest-growing minority group in the United States and the fastest-growing group in Chicago. The prevalence of mental health disorders among Latinx, however, is higher than among other racial or ethnic groups in the United States, according to findings from a survey by the Substance Abuse

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How to Support a Loved One Who Has Depression

Having depression can be challenging, and a person going through it will feel quite alone if help isn’t there. It is where having some emotional support can help immensely in this regard. If you have a partner, a family member, or a close friend who is undergoing depression, then educating

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Latinx Familismo & Setting Personal Boundaries

Merging Your Collectivistic Roots with an Individualistic Society Growing up, it’s likely that your mother and father—and your Abuela, Tio, and older primo—spoke of the importance of family, of supporting each other, and of staying united. La familia es todo, they would say—and repeat—sometimes sounding reminiscent of a direct warning.

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Is Couples Therapy The Right Choice?

In the past two years, couples have been spending more time together thanks to quarantine and stay-at-home orders. While it is nice to spend more time with your partner, this could lead to more arguments and fights. It is normal for tensions to arise in relationships, but recurring issues are

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How Does Imposter Syndrome Affect Latinx Mental Health?

Being Latino in the United States means making a greater effort both to find a place and to adapt to academic and professional environments. And due to the high demands they face, the development of impostor syndrome in Latinos has increased. 70% of American workers have experienced impostor syndrome at

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Discovering Your True Potential

What makes one person succeed while the other one changes jobs every 6 months? Is it talent, intelligence, determination, grit, or mindset? Some would argue that it’s a combination, while others would say it’s their intelligence. And still, others would argue that it’s grit and determination that allows you to

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