Mental Health

Have the Holiday Blues? You’re Not Alone

The Holiday Blues are a very real thing. You don’t even have to be diagnosed as clinically depressed to feel down in December. While the holidays are supposed to be the merriest time of the year, there’s a lot going on that can put you in a downward spiral. There’s end-of-year deadlines at work, unhealthy food galore, stressful family get-togethers, and the obligatory (and sometimes) awkward holiday party. Let’s not forget the stress we may feel trying to make  ...

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In the News

Still I Run Featured On Fox 17 News

I’m so excited to share that Still I Run was just featured on Fox 17, the local news affiliate in town. After it aired, I had so many people reach out to me personally, join the Facebook page, and connect with us on Instagram! Fox 17 really did Still I Run justice and I couldn’t be happier. I’m just so excited to get the word out about what we’re doing here and hope to continue to defeat the stigma out there. Check it out here  

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Get the Hang of Running Lingo: A Glossary of Terms

Running is such a simple sport to get started in.  All you need is a good pair of shoes, shorts, a t-shirt and you’re out the door.  When it comes to talking the talk though, that’s when a newbie runner can begin to feel out of place.  Well, today we’re going to give you the power to join in on the conversation with your fellow runners without feeling like you can’t contribute!  This is the official Still I Run list of running terms: Aid Station: Some call it a water stop.  These are the  ...

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Guest Writer

Jessie’s Story – Empowerment and Healing Through Running

A couple weeks ago I stumbled on Jessie’s Instagram account and instantly loved it. Here was someone running for her mental health, unabashedly. Every post she makes is about running, overcoming struggles, or words of inspiration to others. In everything she writes, you can see that Jessie is truly passionate about mental health and running. I am so honored Jessie said “yes” when I asked her if she would be willing to share her journey with the Still I Run community. Her  ...

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