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Busyness and Overwhelm

I'm at the point in the semester where every week is a busy week. It's not a question of if it will be busy, but how busy it will be. It's the point in the semester when everything is due. Absolutely everything: tests, projects, papers, assignments, etc. Did I mention that I hate busyness? Last… Continue reading Busyness and Overwhelm

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The Sunshine Blogger Award

Hi everyone, I have fantastic news: Anita from Discovering Your Happiness nominated me for the Sunshine Blogger Award! Thank you so much, Anita! Discovering Your Happiness is one of my favorite blogs. Anita has a knack for writing exactly what I need to hear. If you need encouragement in your life, take a look at… Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award

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Validating Your Own Suffering

Quick message before I get to today's post: I want to make sure that my blog caters to your needs. If there's a topic you want to see covered, leave a comment on this post or on Facebook, and you might see it here! Raise your hand if you've told yourself one of these statements… Continue reading Validating Your Own Suffering

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The Importance of Knowing Your Limits

As many of you know, I recently began a new semester. During the first week, the Catholic group that I'm a part of had three events that I wanted to go to. The thing was, they were all sensory intensive, and one of them was late at night. On Wednesday, my school's Catholic group had… Continue reading The Importance of Knowing Your Limits

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Count Your Accomplishments

The other day, I was overwhelmed with the sheer amount of stuff I still had to do: academic responsibilities, finding a summer job/internship, and finding a roommate for next year. Not only that, I also need to make sure I take care of myself so I don't get sick, and I can keep my anxiety… Continue reading Count Your Accomplishments

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Getting a 4.0 GPA in College with an Anxiety Disorder

College is hard. Living with an anxiety disorder and being a full time student is even harder. In many ways, it's like juggling two full-time jobs. Unfortunately, some people believe that college is out of the question for young adults living with an anxiety disorder. I used to think so too. I've dealt with my… Continue reading Getting a 4.0 GPA in College with an Anxiety Disorder