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Best of Our Blogs: October 5, 2010

By Brandi-Ann Uyemura, M.A.
Associate Editor

It’s October and Mental Health Awareness Week! How are you celebrating?

Yep, there’s no denying it’s fall. I went to the park this weekend and the crispy air and falling leaves were signs that this is indeed the end of the ease of summer and the beginning of a new season.

Every ending has a new beginning and like New Year’s it is another opportunity for self-growth and change. It beckons us to ask the question, “Will I embrace the coming season or mourn the lost of the one before?”

If you are courageous, brave and on a mission for change, then you’ll be tickled with this week’s top posts.

Why?

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Best of Our Blogs: October 5, 2010

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  1. I just have to say that your blog is great, I am going to study psychology next year and I think I am going to be the best in my faculte just because all the content you have posted on your blog, thanks!

    • Thanks for the compliment Dimon! I’m so glad you found the posts helpful and good luck with your studies!

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