As COVID-19 began in 2020, hostility and harassment towards Chinese and other Asian-American communities (specifically attacking women and elderly) have increased due to misinformation and COVID-19 stigma.
We cannot allow the Trump Administration to damage the pristine lands of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge with oil drilling.
We can not quarantine from this one. If the current pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we need to prioritize our health and environment in all communities. This means preventing the harsh impacts of climate change and fighting for environmental justice.
Art therapy is a successful treatment program for many individuals. So, could simple artistic activities be used to ease anxiety at home with the same results as Art Therapy? Here’s my idea, based on personal experience, of what I call, “Art Therapy At Home!”
About 7 or 8 out of every 100 people in the U.S. will have PTSD at some point in their life. Unfortunately, trauma is not rare. This is why National PTSD Awareness Day is so important: it emphasizes a tragic disorder that’s surprisingly common in an abundance of lives.
Although this act hasn’t gotten an abundance of publicity on social platforms, it’s extremely crucial when it comes to the protection of our environment. Trump has directed agencies to work around certain laws, leaving tons of organisms or ecosystems victim to human impact.
Our lives being on lockdown for months has been overwhelming for everyone. However, there’s some significant impacts resulting from this pandemic that hasn’t really been exposed by news or media outlets; the environmental improvements.
Racism is and has been an issue for years and years. We, as the younger generation, thrive on being heard. On that note, I’ve gathered quotes from 25 young adults to share their opinions, thoughts, concerns, or experiences with Racism in America.
So ya thought you couldn’t predict the future? Here are some potential glimpses of what global warming has in store for our planet.
Hi! My name is Maddie & I've been writing since around the time I could hold a pencil. I began my blog, Addicted To Living, at 17 years old (in the beginning of my first year in college!) Sometimes life decides to throw the craziest obstacles in our way. It may seem like it's impossible … Continue reading Welcome To My Blog