Tag Archives: Mental Health

Fighting Anxiety is all about Challenging, not “Zoning”

Recently I came across an article that talked about introverts: more specifically why it’s important to understand comfort boundaries and not press them too far. The context was basically this: you’ve got a shy student who’s nervous to speak up … Continue reading

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How To Be a Depressive Master of Disguise (In 5 Easy Steps)

  Note, this post is not meant to be an actual HONEST-TO-GOD lifestyle guide. Depression/Anxiety are serious issues affecting a wide array of people. It sucks, to say the least, when your daily cloud is a little darker than others. … Continue reading

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I Didn’t “find myself” in college

Time and time again you hear the narrative: college was the greatest time of my life. It helped show me who I am and what I needed to do. It paved the way. For me, that’s only partly true. And … Continue reading

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Getting your ass up during hard times

Seriously, though, it’s hard. It’s hard when you feel inextricably glued to your mattress. Or couch. And all the darkness is pressing you down. You check your alarm clock and see that it’s time to get up. So you change … Continue reading

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The Introvert: Me, Myself And I

Talking can be hard. Not to myself. I do it all the time. I spend hours in privacy rambling off a hundred and one ideas in my head. They’re so powerful that I have to speak them aloud, even if … Continue reading

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