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Coppell Student Media

The official student news site of Coppell High School

Coppell Student Media

The official student news site of Coppell High School

Coppell Student Media

Anxiety disorders are often generalized simply as stress, when the two are actually very different from each other. The Sidekick advertising/communications manager Manasa Mohan explains why people shouldn’t lean into the stigma surrounding mental health disorders and how harmful it can be to those with them.

Please don’t tell me to calm down

Manasa Mohan, Advertising/Circulation Manager April 22, 2022

Fear.  Restlessness.  These are normal feelings that most people experience throughout their life. But for me, those feelings don’t occur every once in a while.  Ironically, those feelings...

Teatime Tuesday: When and how should students begin taking charge of their health?

Teatime Tuesday: When and how should students begin taking charge of their health?

Aliya Zakir, Social Media Manager December 8, 2021

As a student manages their way through high school, their academics and extracurriculars often remain high on their list of priorities. Their health however, both mentally and physically, is often disregarded...

On Thursday at the Cozby Library and Community Commons from 7 to 8:30 p.m., licensed professional counselor Chris Guzniczak, located at the Flower Mound Counseling clinic, is discussing mental health strategies. Guzniczak will share tips for handling negative feelings, identifying emotions, changing perspectives and maintaining a sense of self. Photo courtesy Chris Guzniczak

Guzniczak to speak about teenage mental health

Anushree De, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

According to a study published by Journal of Medical Internet Research, 71% (138 of the 195 students) of randomly selected high school students indicated increased stress and anxiety due to the COVID-19...

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