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Brain Battle Blog with Gracie — mind body

Just how fast the night changes...

Posted by Marigrace Pilger on

Hello mental health champions, how are you doing? It is surreal to be writing again and let me just say, I have surely missed it. I used to try to write blogs weekly, then bi-weekly, and then monthly. Life took hold and now here we are 6 months later. Old me would apologize and feel bad for missing so long since I know there are a bunch of you that enjoy this blog (and for that I am so grateful)! However, I preach mental health and for once, I took my own advice. I knew that I was doing too...

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Faith and Hope During Mental Health Crises

Posted by Marigrace Pilger on

Hello mental health champions, how are you doing?  Today I wanted to talk about the importance of hope and faith when you’re battling a mental health crisis. I personally have struggled off and on my entire life with mental health disorders and many times, crises. Now everyone may have their own thoughts and opinions on this and I think that is amazing. Anyway that you can find hope or believe in faith when going through a rough mental health battle is important.  I personally have always been a religious/spiritual person. I grew up going to church and I enjoyed learning...

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Panic Attacks and Getting Help at School

Posted by Marigrace Pilger on

Hello mental health champions, how are you doing?  Today I want to talk to parents and teen students. I want to talk about your options for getting help at school when it comes to mental health. Most schools have some support systems lined up for students in need. I am specifically going to be talking about Panic Attacks and what I did when I was experiencing them in High School. One thing that helped me was having an excuse note I could use in any class. I had an issue with severe panic attacks almost my entire junior year and...

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Mental Health and Women's Hormones

Posted by Marigrace Pilger on

Today I talk about how women's mental health can fluctuate depending on hormones and menstruating.

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