Author: One in Five Minds

Summers Now Vs Then

Summers: Now Vs. Then

Ask any Gen-Xer what summertime was like for them as a child, and you’ll hear things like, “Playing outside until …

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Mother Turned Filmmaker Shares The Fight For Her Child In No Letting Go

Mother Turned Filmmaker Shares The Fight For Her Child In “No Letting Go”

Parental intuition is a powerful force; one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Imagine if you instinctively knew something was wrong …

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Strong Minds And Happy Hearts

Strong Minds And Happy Hearts

As parents of tweens and teens, we must have so many challenging conversations with our children. We talk to them …

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Don't Talk About My Child That Way

“Don’t Talk About My Child That Way!”

The old adage “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me,” is simply not true. …

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Mental Illness And The Movies

Mental Illness And The Movies

If you’re asked to name a movie character with a mental illness, what example pops into your mind? Whoever you …

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Are School Counselors Outnumbered

Are School Counselors Outnumbered?

When people bring up the subject of public schools, the most often discussed topics revolve around academic standardization, teacher accountability …

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Stop the Stigma

Stop the Stigma of Mental Illness

People living with mental illness often say the stigma and discrimination associated with their illness can be worse than the …

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Helping children with mental illness in the school system

Children with Mental Illness in the School System

A group of high school students in Maryland is urging its local Board of Education to include mental health education in a …

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Join the conversation on mental health in your neighborhood

Join the conversation on mental health in your neighborhood

One in Five Minds is hosting a series of Community Conversations on Children’s Mental Health throughout San Antonio. The first …

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Preventing Bullying It Starts at Home

Preventing Bullying: It Starts at Home

“Bullying” is a topic that receives a great deal of attention in schools and families; however, we often are inconsistent …

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