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It's OK To Not Be OK: A Johnny's Journey with Mental Health

As a senior graduating in May, I believe that as a country we all need to place a greater emphasis on mental health and recognizing the early signs of a struggle so that the issue can be quickly addressed. College students often have a mindset to just push through and pretend things are okay until we see a change instead of dealing with the problem at its onset. It is okay to not be okay and to admit you are struggling or need help redirecting where you are headed in life.

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Deijah Harris