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What's That? A Quick Weekly Roundup of This Week's Articles!

I tweeted something earlier today about managing information flow in this digital age. It seemed to h
What's That? A Quick Weekly Roundup of This Week's Articles!
I tweeted something earlier today about managing information flow in this digital age.
It seemed to hit a nerve for lots of people. I’ve included the tweet at the end of this issue.
The reality is that there is a LOT of information to manage in these modern times.
It can feel pretty overwhelming at times.
And the potential impact on mental health is something I think we need to address.
So, for this experimental issue, I’m trying something new. I’m listing this week’s article in an easy-to-consume format.
Reply to this email or or tap the thumbs up button below if you like this idea.
Every decision in life is an experiment, but I do like to know what you think about any possible changes to The Mental Health Update.

The Anxious Need to Control--What to Do About It | Revue
I Thought I Couldn't Keep Going (And What I Learned) | Revue
When They Just Won't Leave You Alone Online... | Revue
Thanks for reading. And I’m serious, if this issue is better for you, I want to know! Just send me a quick reply.

P.S. Here’s the tweet I referred to above…
Jordan Brown - Let's build a #MentalHealthMovement
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