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WSJ: Portrait of a Trailing Spouse: Dependent, Dejected and Learning to Give Herself Some Slack

Published on November 13, 2015

“The number one reason for an overseas assignment to fail is an unhappy spouse, followed by a child that is failing to adjust to the new environment. Often the spouse and the child have little say in moving to a new country.” Read more »

Taking steps against a silent scourge

Published on September 17, 2015

"Perhaps more than time or money, TELL needs voices: people willing to speak up and raise awareness for mental health... Raising awareness also means clueing people in to suicide’s warning signs and encouraging them to reach out." Read more »

Reaching out and saving lives

Published on August 25, 2015

"People are dying because they’re lonely, because they have depression, because they have financial pressures … because they have mental health problems. It’s the same everywhere.” Read more »

Spotlight on summer intern: Interning at TELL, a unique learning experience

Published on August 17, 2015

"For anyone who is even mildly curious about mental health or psychology or even helping people, I definitely recommend interning at TELL. " Read more »

Spotlight on summer intern: Climbing Mt. Fuji

Published on August 3, 2015

"The view at the summit was easily the most stunning, breathtaking landscape I have seen during my entire summer in Tokyo. I felt like I was on top of the world." Read more »

Spotlight on summer intern: The importance of tolerance

Published on July 23, 2015

"It was not until first-hand witnessing some close friends and even family members experience mental health related problems that I realized its daunting gravity." Read more »

Reaching out and saving lives

Published on July 22, 2015

"Connectedness is a two-way street. Many people who kill themselves send clear signals and talk openly about suicide, while most of them are depressed." Read more »

Spotlight on summer intern: Learning about TELL and Tokyo

Published on July 16, 2015

"Since TELL is such a small team, it’s absolutely crucial that everyone does their part; it particularly makes me feel like I am making valuable contributions to the mission of TELL." Read more »

Men’s mental health

Published on June 19, 2015

"Men are also, for reasons that are not fully understood, much more likely than women to take their own lives." Read more »

Cyber bullies on the rise

Published on May 28, 2015

"Research suggests that 20–30% of students will experience cyberbullying, while 10–20% of students at some point will become cyber bullies." Read more »

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