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Resources for Marginalized Dalton State College Students: Take Care

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About this guide

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About               Thanks, Bart

This guide seeks to be nonpartisan and focuses on student safety, wellbeing, and social justice.

Thanks to Heidi Johnson at the UNLV Libraries and her permission to borrow her work.

TAKE CARE

Take Care of Yourself

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"Once you start recognizing the truth of your story, finish the story. It happened but you’re still here, you’re still capable, powerful, you’re not your circumstance. It happened and you made it through. You’re still fully equipped with every single tool you need to fulfill your purpose". — Steve Maraboli

If you are marginalized by another, the first step to dealing with it is to take care of yourself. Here are some resources that can help guide you through that process. Remember, students react differently to difficult events, and how you handle adversity is very personal and individual. Make your health and well-being your first priority, and find what works for you.