Biases: The Power of Self-Education

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How to create healthier environments for stressful, difficult, and touchy conversations in the workplace, study-space, or even in one's personal life.
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Polina Tsurikova is an Honors Student at Leiden University College: The Hague, studying Human Diversity. After a brief introduction to the world of audio when working with a podcast at her university, she now enjoys creating audio content on a variety of subjects. A Massachusetts native, but Ukrainian

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With mental health becoming an increasingly important topic due to the duress caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, there still remains an area of maintaining mental health that is not discussed enough, and is not often kept in mind in even the most benign situations possible. In both the workplace and study environments, conversations surrounding marginalization are common but rarely do people take into account the stress they may cause. Here’s a brief overview of how to create a healthier environment and how to help prevent the reliving of traumatic events during those conversations.

About the Author

Polina Tsurikova is an Honors Student at Leiden University College: The Hague, studying Human Diversity. After a brief introduction to the world of audio when working with a podcast at her university, she now enjoys creating audio content on a variety of subjects. A Massachusetts native, but Ukrainian at heart, she plans on letting the world take her wherever it wishes for a little while longer.