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Why Anger can be Bad for Your Body, and How to Manage It
Why Anger can be Bad for Your Body, and How to Manage It

Feeling anger is a normal part of the human experience. You might get mad when you disagree with your partner or are cut off in traffic. You may also feel upset when you see someone treated unfairly. Not all anger is bad. However, frequent anger can be potentially harmful to your body. Here are a few ideas to help you manage your anger.



Here’s How Making Art can Help you Process Grief
Here’s How Making Art can Help you Process Grief

Loss is a part of life, but it doesn’t make it any less painful. At some point, everyone loses someone they love, whether a parent, friend, partner or pet. Even the loss of a celebrity you admire can cause grief. Art-making is one way to help you process grief. Here’s what you need to know. 



5 Things You Might Not Know About Stuttering
5 Things You Might Not Know About Stuttering

Stuttering has received more attention in recent years. President Joe Biden has often talked about how he stuttered as a child and the cruelty he faced because of it. Many of us have encountered friends, family, neighbors or coworkers who stutter. The Stuttering Foundation states, “In the United States, that's over 3 million Americans who stutter.” But there are many myths about stuttering. Here are 5 things you might not know about stuttering.

 



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Fraser 2021 Annual Report: Opening Doors to a Lifetime of Opportunity
Fraser 2021 Annual Report: Opening Doors to a Lifetime of Opportunity

See how YOU made an impact on Fraser throughout 2021 in our latest Annual Report


Fraser is Committed to Zero Suicide Initiative
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Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Names Diane Cross, President and CEO of Fraser, its 2022 Women in Business Career Achievement Honoree
Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Names Diane Cross, President and CEO of Fraser, its 2022 Women in Business Career Achievement Honoree

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