May is Mental Health Month. Hawaii Baptist Academy Counselors, along with NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) and other mental health organizations want to join the movement and bring awareness about mental health.
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When we exercise and do “reps,” we are strengthening our muscles and also increasing muscle memory.
This one is called Couch Potato Workout.
“Good grief,” is an idiom I heard often growing up watching Charlie Brown TV specials.
Eighth grader Brendan Aoki has received the top prize at the state science fair.
If you are like me, you probably have a minimum of at least four virtual meetings/classes a day.
Today we are looking at the next line of the Lord’s Prayer, “hallowed be your name.”
My mom and a close family friend are both nurses in Hawaii and through them, I’m learning that the virus is a grave problem that we are facing, and that there are still many people who aren’t taking it seriously.
Experts believe the current coronavirus pandemic could widely psychologically affect many from first responders to those at home, from the young to our high-risk senior citizens.