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Human Storytelling and Creative Expression

Human Storytelling and Creative Expression

Throughout our history, humans have been driven by the urge to create and express themselves. Creative expression allow us to share our stories, helping us to relate to one another, understand the world around us, and feel less alone.

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Feeling Alone at Work?

Feeling Alone at Work?

COVID-19 has drastically altered our workplaces, and feelings of loneliness and disconnection at work have surged. With working from home and seemingly endless nonstop screen time, how connected do you feel to your colleagues?

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Mindfulness: A Powerful Tool for Connection

Mindfulness: A Powerful Tool for Connection

Getting creative is not only enjoyable, it’s good for your brain and your relationships! Creative expression can help you feel more connected to yourself and those around you, leading to improved mental health and a boost in self-esteem.

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Hunter College Colors & Connection

Hunter College Colors & Connection

Hunter College in New York City is dedicated to nurturing mental health and fostering connections on campus. Recently, they teamed up with their Art4Healing Club to host their first-ever Colors and Connection workshop.

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The Brain’s Hunger for Connection

The Brain’s Hunger for Connection

Our brains are wired to seek out social connections, and when we lack them, it can affect how we think and feel. By learning more about the science behind loneliness, we can take the first step in building deeper connections with ourselves and others.

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University of New England Colors & Connection

University of New England Colors & Connection

More Campus UnLonely Workshops in Action:Exploring Creative Solutions at The University of New England! October 17, 2022The University of New England (UNE) in Biddeford, Maine, is committed to finding innovative ways to support mental health on campus. On September...

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