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Staff Picks to Read, November 2022:

Title: Silent Agreements: How to free your relationships
of unspoken expectations

Authors: Linda D. Anderson, PhD, Sonia R. Banks, PhD,
Michele L. Owens, PhD

Subject: Communication

Events In Your Community:

Charles County Toy Connection - Deadline 11/8

Charles County Thanksgiving Baskets - pickup 11/21
from 2:00PM-6:00PM

Washington County Body & Soul Online Series 11/19 - FREE
Topic: Cold, Flu, or COVID

Free, Virtual Support Group for COVID Survivors: We know how devastating the COVID-19 pandemic has been and how scary a COVID-19 diagnosis can be. That's why we are offering free, virtual support groups through CovidCONNECT.

We encourage you to join one of our free session to talk with other Marylanders who have had COVID-19. Trained peer facilitators host small groups twice a month.

Only individuals who have contracted COVID-19 are eligible to register for these support groups.
Click here for your interest form.

Visit CovidCONNECT and scroll down to Virtual Support Groups to learn more and to register. Past webinars are also available.

It's time for Men's Health Month!
Movember & No-Shave November!

What is Movenber /No-Shave November?

Movember is a month-long event in which people are encouraged to grow mustaches in order to grow awareness of and funding for research related to men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health.

No Shave November, was created with a goal in mind to raise awareness about different kinds of cancer and to donate the money someone would typically spend on a haircut or facial groom to cancer research and other charities.

The Complete Guide to Mental Health Care
for Men

Excerpted from

Mental health conditions don’t discriminate. People of all genders can experience depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions. But they may look different in men.

Gender stereotypes and stigma can also make it harder for both men and their healthcare professionals to recognize when they might need mental health support.

Here’s the lowdown on all things related to men’s mental health, from identifying symptoms to finding the right kind of therapy.

Types of mental health conditions

Men can experience a wide range of mental health conditions, but some common ones include:

    • depression

    • generalized anxiety disorder

    • social anxiety disorder

    • obsessive-compulsive disorder

    • post-traumatic stress disorder

    • bipolar disorder

    • schizophrenia

Click here to read the complete article.

If you are experiencing a mental health medical emergency, call 911 or go immediately to the closest emergency room.

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