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The dynamic in a family with an autistic child
By Alun Delphine Mebe Mekamdem I have a child who is diagnosed with autism. At first it was a very difficult and challenging situation in my family. I was wondering about the […]
Fitting Our Children into Societal Norms
Don’t Wait on your Weight
By Liya Wegayehu I struggle with my weight, I always have. And it’s not just me, it runs in my family. We are all big, and some have accepted it and live […]
I am Good Enough Too!
Inside A Child’s Life Who Has a Mental Illness
By Heather Cornell Growing up, my brothers struggled with mental health disorders. As a child, my older brother suffered from weight issues and struggled with being heavier than the rest of us. […]
Help! I Need to See a Doctor, But I Cannot Leave the House!
One Drink Is Too Many and a Thousand Not Enough
by Victoria Nortei A cousin of mine passed away last year, and his death affected his younger brother. His brother couldn’t eat or sleep well. He had to move from one friend’s […]
I’m Okay Physically but Not Mentally
COVID-19s Impact on Mental Health: Nursing School Edition
By Amera Saber I have always dreamed of attending nursing school to become an RN at a hospital. I never considered nursing school’ s impact on my social life nor my mental, […]
Hello from the new editors of the buzz
Rebecca Sims and Corran Hale
Goodbye Letter from The Editor
The Unicorn of College Professors
Myles Hairston: More than just 9 to 5
You want to hit my Juul?
A Year Since COVID-19: Students’ Perspectives