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Do you want to take control of your mental health? Are you tired of feeling anxious, overwhelmed with social media, or constantly comparing yourself to others?  

This Darkness Into Light video series was created by students to provide peer to peer advice on troublesome topics. Each 1-2 minute video includes a set of discussion questions to get your mind thinking critically about your mental well-being.

There is a lot of darkness in our world, so let's bring in some light with the best advice from the student perspective!

Great to show students in class, practice or send home to the parents to watch with their child.

May is Mental Health Month,

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Our student interns will guide you through personal experiences, practical strategies and tools that you can start using today. You'll learn how to manage stress, build self-confidence, and use social media in a positive way that supports your mental wellbeing.

Each video is short form content of 1-2 minutes and comes with a set of discussion questions to bring into the classroom.

Each video is designed to educate, inspire, and empower you to take positive steps towards better mental health.

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Series Recap

Once the weekly videos are emailed to you, we will update this section with the latest videos.

Setting Limits with Ashley

Ashley had a hard time balancing her personal life with social media, but by setting app time limits, it helped her balance her schedule more.


  1. Was there a time when being on your phone when you were supposed to be doing your homework took up your entire time?
  2. What things do you do to limit how much time you spend on your phone and/or social media?
  3. What are some things that you like to do to better your mental health?
  4. How do you make time for yourself?
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Schedule Your Time with Junyoung

Junyoung was spending too much time on social media and ignoring his responsibilities, but creating a schedule helped him find better time management skills.


  1. What are some things you can do to limit the amount of time you spend on social media so that it doesn’t interfere with your studies?
  2. If you take breaks from studying to go on your phone, how long are the breaks?
  3. What are some things you can do, or already do, in order not to be distracted on your phone while studying?