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Disabilities in Sports

Trischa Zorn’s swimming career began in 1980 and continues strong today—with over 50 medals under her belt, Zorn became the first visually impaired athlete to earn a NCAA Division I scholarship. She is considered by the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) …

Fathers Mental Health and Sports

Healthy fathers help produce healthy families. They uphold the reputation of being providers, leaders, and sustainers of the household. Generational heritage is embedded in the tradition of taking on the males’ last name. This dignified process…

Women in Mental Health in Sports

Coming into a male –dominant industry that shunned females as competitors, an impact has been left on the athletic community to prove that women are capable of being more than competitors, but a force to be reckoned with in 1972 Title IX was enacted..

MINORITIES & MENTAL HEALTH

As he raised his fist for justice, Colin Kaepernick shook the nation – fighting against systemic racism and racial inequality. 2016 began the trajectory of change for the athletic community. But minority athletes striving to address discrimination in sports…

How COVID 19 Affect Sports

Whether you’re on the couch coaching your favorite athlete/team to victory or on the field competing for the win, sports play a significant role in our mental, physical, and social outlook. While on the sidelines, we may not feel the notable …

Cancer Caregiver: The Person That Gives The Most

Cancer is a deadly disease that can send shivers down your spine if you or your loved one gets a diagnosis. Patients who have cancer require constant support, both physically and emotionally. The same goes for the….

Suicide Prevention

Committing or attempting suicide is a common problem in all walks of life throughout the world, and it is up to each one of us to do our part in preventing suicide for our loved ones and colleagues.

As many are aware, The Help Show was established following the tragic suicide…

Back to School in 2020, Beyond School Supplies

Cancer is a deadly disease that can send shivers down your spine if you or your loved one gets a diagnosis. Patients who have cancer require constant support, both physically and emotionally. The same goes for t

Intergenerational trauma

Committing or attempting suicide is a common problem in all walks of life throughout the world, and it is up to each one of us to do our part in preventing suicide for our loved ones and colleagues.

As many are aware, The Help Show was established following the tragic suicide…

Minorities, Mental Health, & Abuse

The Help Show is dedicated to connecting individuals to mental health resources in the community. We share information to help those with mental health conditions and those who want to support the community.

Abuse is one of the greatest threats in our society…

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