“Clues that you might not be trying hard enough: You usually succeed. You rarely feel like an imposter. You already know what you need to know. You’re confident it’s going to work.” ~ Seth Godin. I love Seth. I read his blog every morning. September is Suicide Prevention month and as our kids go back toContinue reading “Are We Working Hard Enough?”
“Honestly, I’ve been (what I thought) was “rebelling” for as long as I can remember… always going against the grain and not confining to the limitations of narrow-mindedness. I’ve always loved pushing the limits because I quickly learned there is a lot of happiness outside those limits if you push in a positive direction, alignedContinue reading “Meet the Good Works Team: Organizational Strategy, Lexi Webster”
At We Fight, we’re always aiming to put the Spotlight on resources that our members have found useful. With peer groups, workshops for identifying the signs of mental health struggle in teens, and more, Stay Well from the State of Michigan has certainly helped many We Fight members. Erin Wallace, Stay Well’s Project Manager, talkedContinue reading “We Fight Spotlight: Stay Well from the State of Michigan”
On August 8th, 2021, this story ran on the cover of the Traverse City Record-Eagle. One year later, have we made progress toward a northern Michigan where everyone plays a role in protecting our kids’ mental health? What’s going well? What isn’t? How can a self-organizing network of people who care like We Fight make a difference? HowContinue reading “This local youth mental health story was published a year ago today”
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