Newport High School junior Sachi Madan (left) and sophomore Rosie Huang (right) discuss the next phase of their mental health awareness project after school on Jan. 16. (Photo courtesy of Sarah Corn/UW News Lab)
via The Bellevue Reporter
Before two Newport High School students launched a program to teach their peers about stress management, they had to prove the training was even needed.
Sophomore Rosie Huang and junior Sachi Madan knew from their own experiences all about Newport’s high-achieving academic culture. Their administrators, advisors and even classmates, however, took some convincing.
“People don’t seem to realize the magnitude of the issue,” Huang said.Continue Reading
Illustration by Andrew Estey
via The Daily of the University of Washington
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Y’all, it’s been a week.
As obviously necessary as it has been to see the rank infection of systematic sexual abuse finally made visible, the last seven days of emotional pin-ball has left me teetering near the edge of perpetual exhaustion.
For those who participated in last week’s #metoo hashtag resurgence, either aloud or in silence, the unpredictable and inescapable reminders of something deeply, personally painful can be a double-edge sword.