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It’s Okay to Get the Help You Need
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The University of Michigan’s Athletes Connected program released a new video...
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On Shame
By Erin Finn, MD, MPH Shame is a heavy emotion. It aches the heart, weighs...
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Understanding NIL and Well-Being
By Dylan Steele, U-M Cheer As a student-athlete at the University of Michigan I quickly...
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Q&A: Gymnast Natalie Wojcik
Athletes Connected caught up with women's gymnastics national champion (2021), AAI award winner (2022), and...
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Transitioning from Undergrad to Grad School as an Athlete
By Alex Black, MSW  The transition from undergrad to graduate school can be exciting as...
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How Activism Can Be Used as Self-Care
By Eliza Beird, LLMSW,  Ehrenberg Family Athletic Counseling Fellow We live in a world where pandemics...
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Meet the Team: Staff Favorites
Athletes Connected is a partnership between the U-M Athletics Department, the School of Social Work,...
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Ignoring Public Criticism Makes You a Stronger Performer
By Will Heininger, Depression Center Outreach Coordinator It was Senior Day, my final game in...
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