Returning to work or school can be a trigger for anxiety. During this time of year, many people may experience mood fluctuations. This is especially true since the pandemic has kept many people [...]
Maddie Siegel, a senior studying human development and family sciences at the University of Georgia spent the summer of 2020 interning with the Blue Dove Foundation. Maddie is passionate about [...]
Openly discuss your personal struggles- People of influence have an incredible platform to use their voice to change the thoughts of their followers. If people who struggle can openly share their [...]
A wonderful piece by a friend of the foundation focusing on self-care and fighting the good fight during a pandemic. Read the full article.
“Many mental illnesses are “invisible,” which makes it hard for people to recognize them and sympathize with those suffering.” – Sophie Riegel 19-year-old Sophie Riegel gives [...]
“I knew I needed a day to recharge and work on my mental health but was unsure how to go about it, especially with limited places to go and a bedroom that doubles as an office.” Read [...]