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In a world where appearance often takes precedence over health, it’s crucial to recognize the silent struggles many individuals face behind closed doors. Eating Disorders Awareness Week serves as a reminder to delve deeper into the complexities of these conditions, fostering empathy, understanding, and support for those affected. Understanding the
What is Lunar New Year? Lunar New Year, or the Spring Festival, is celebrated in China and much of Asia, including Korea, Vietnam and Singapore, as well as among the global Asian diaspora. It has many origin stories. The most common is a legend that the celebrations have their origins in an
Embracing Positive Thinking: 3 Benefits Of Shifting Your Mindset We live in a busy world, riddled with challenges and obstacles. One powerful tool we can employ to help us through these challenges is positive thinking. It’s a mindset that holds the key to transforming our lives in profound ways.
During Black History Month, we come together to honor and celebrate the profound impact and enduring contributions of African Americans to our nation. The recognition of Black History Month traces back to the significant strides made in acknowledging the historical, cultural, and social achievements of the Black community. In 1976,
November 13th is World Kindness Day! Kindness is a fundamental part of the human condition which bridges the divides of race, religion, politics, gender and location. At OFSN, we work with families to promote mental, behavioral and emotional wellness for other families through education, support and advocacy. Connect with us
Ya’eh’teeh Shí Díne We observe Native American Heritage Month in November to recognize the achievements and contributions of Native Americans. In 1990 President George H. W. Bush approved a joint resolution designating November 1990 “National American Indian Heritage Month.” Similar proclamations, under variants on the name (including “Native American Heritage