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How Does Greek Life Affect Mental Health? The Pros and Cons

Reading Time: 7 minutes Is Greek life good or bad for college students’ mental health? Overall, there are both benefits and drawbacks to joining a sorority or fraternity. Greek organizations (so called because of the Greek letters used for their names) can create a sense of belonging and support. But they can also involve traumatic hazing practices and foster […]

How to Drink Less in College

Reading Time: 10 minutes For many college students, drinking alcohol is a central part of college life, not to mention a central part of early adulthood. Drinking can feel like a liberating and exciting activity for young adults branching out on their own. But excessive drinking as a young adult can have dangerous consequences, in both the short and […]

Hallucinogen Use in Young Adults: New Stats and Research

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hallucinogen use in young adults is at an all-time high. The number of people in this age group who use drugs such as PCP, peyote, and psilocybin has doubled over the past decade. As a result, young adult substance use and mental health disorders related to hallucinogens are also increasing. Many young adults don’t realize […]

5 Reasons Why Treatment Is Important for Young Adults During the Holidays

Reading Time: 5 minutes For young adults, the holidays are typically about catching up on sleep, going out with friends, and spending time with family. Entering or remaining in treatment for mental health conditions doesn’t usually look like an appealing option, even when they know they need help. However, treatment is important even during the holidays—and can be life […]
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10 Signs Your Young Adult Is Struggling

Reading Time: 9 minutes Parent intuition is real. Parents usually have a gut feeling when something isn’t right with their child, even when that child is a young adult who’s not living at home anymore. And those instincts are often accurate. However, because young adulthood is such a tumultuous time, parents sometimes recognize the signs that a young adult […]