I Am a Student
Be Strong needs YOU – Being a young person is among the most rewarding, important and challenging roles in society. Thank you for being willing to learn how to develop and we are so proud of you for seeking help!
Stay up to date on upcoming FREE events, training and programs. Be sure to download the Be Strong App and if you are interested in bringing help and change to your community, get nominated to become a Be Strong Student Representative. We need more leaders like YOU. Our simple checklist is a great way to start the process of introducing Be Strong to your life and community.
Check out below, all types of great resources to help strengthen mental, emotional and relational health.
Latest Resources for Students
Seven Ways to Find Your Purpose in Life
Having a meaningful, long-term goal is good for your well-being. Here’s how to find one.
How Kindness Spreads in a Community
Researchers call the warm feeling we get when we see generosity “moral elevation.” It not only feels good but inspires us to want to do good ourselves.
Social Connection Defined
Humans are a profoundly social species; our desire for social connection is embedded in our evolutionary history, and is highly important to our well-being.
What Mindfulness Does to Your Brain: The Science of Neuroplasticity
The brain’s brilliant malleability allows us to acquire new skills, drop bad habits, adapt to environments, and heal from trauma and injury
Positive thinking: Stop negative self-talk to reduce stress
Is your glass half-empty or half-full? How you answer this question about positive thinking may reflect your outlook, attitude, and even affect your health.
The Surprising Reason Mindfulness Makes You Happier
Practices have been shown to increase positive emotions, including gratitude, spending on others, meditation and mindfulness.
Show Kindness for Kaleb
It is with deep sadness that our Be Strong family mourns the loss of one of our student leaders, Kaleb Honea.
Understanding Your Emotions
Emotional awareness is the first step toward building emotional intelligence, a skill that can help people succeed in life.
Train Your Brain to Stop Stress
Today’s high-stress environment is an opportunity to reset how our brains deal with stressful situations.