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Minimalism and Mental Health

By Kerry Lin Can money buy happiness? According to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, money was ranked at the bottom as it is a basic need. The needs above money are things that money cannot buy, such as belongings and esteem. This explains why we want more things—more...

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LGBT History Month: Karl Heinrich

Karl Heinrich Ulrichs was a German lawyer, journalist, and writer who was considered the pioneer of the gay rights movement. Ever since he was a child, Ulrichs felt different from the other young boys. He was drawn to bright colors of women’s clothing and military...

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The Best Day of My Life by Kerry L.

The best day of my life is when I got an offer from my dream high school. I was not as enthusiastic as I thought I would be, nor was I calm. The excitement is inexplicable. It was a dream that day I was living in. I've been dreaming about going to private high school...

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Lessons Learned from “Le Petit Prince” by Angela

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s “Le Petit Prince” is one of the best-loved classic french books that remain famous in hundreds of languages, yet no one seems to truly understand the book’s intent. The story has bewildering dialogue and a perplex moral while hitting close...

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An Inspiring Story

By Angelica V. I have always had a soft place in my heart for kids; in high school I was President of the Key Club, the school’s volunteer club, and partook in many activities geared towards helping children. As a group, our club would volunteer to operate the game...

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COVID, Social Media, and Loneliness

By Angelica V. As I gaze at my boyfriend over FaceTime video chat, I sigh deeply and say “I miss you”. Seeing him over video chat is some semblance of small relief, but remains inadequate all the same. Ever since my COVID-19 diagnosis, I have been unable to see him in...

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Interview With A Volunteer: Sherry

Our third and final interview for this “Interview With A Volunteer” series made the largest impact on me, the interviewer, during our discussion. Sherry told me a story that I was not prepared for. After getting to know her for some time, I knew that her life was an...

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Interview With A Volunteer: Ric

Our organization is extremely selective when it comes to who we decide to volunteer with us. We want to make sure our team is built with people who are equipped to understand the tumultuous curve balls that life can throw at us. This requires several things: an open...

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Interview With A Volunteer: Paula

At Listen.One, an important thing we strive for is transparency. When we talk to people about what is going on in their lives - they are transparent with us. That does not necessarily need to be a one-way street. While our main goal is to listen, it is important for...

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Grief In The Time of COVID-19

This article was written by Angelica V. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to develop we all find ourselves deeply impacted by the outbreak on various personal levels: separation from loved ones, highly anticipated plans put on indefinite hold, and difficulty...

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COVID-19: Finding Peace in Uncertainty

COVID-19: Finding Peace in Uncertainty

With all of the media and news coverage surrounding the recent coronavirus, COVID-19, it is too easy to lean into the mayhem and negativity. Pair that with not being able to leave the house, and we are all in a position where the news can drive us into a major panic....

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A Reminder: You Are NOT Alone

A Reminder: You Are NOT Alone

I’m sure you have noticed that we have a pretty clear theme here at Listen.One — You are never truly alone, even though you may feel lonely. While finding inspiration and falling into the YouTube rabbit hole, I came across an incredible artist named Thoraya...

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How Prayer Improves Your Health

How Prayer Improves Your Health

Did you know that spiritual and religious practices are used around the world to cope with and treat physical and mental illnesses? We are not saying that this is the only way to cure a disease nor are we implying that it will truly cure an ailment. However, we know...

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10 Ways to Cope With Loneliness

10 Ways to Cope With Loneliness

Loneliness stinks. We all go through it, some more than others. There are times where we are truly alone physically — spending so much time in our world without much human interaction. Then, there is the type of loneliness you can feel when surrounded by people. This...

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