In this post, I’ll be offering advice on how to navigate college while also dealing with a mental illness.
Whether you’re studying for your midterms this week, you have work to prepare, or your finals are looming over your head, most college students can relate to the feeling of needing a break. After working your butt off, you deserve to take some time to yourself! If you want to take a short break before […]
There are so many characteristics of Borderline Personality Disorder that I don’t know how to sum it up without writing an essay. Usually, I give people insight to one facet of BPD, which is emotion dysregulation. With BPD, emotions are provoked more easily, emotions are felt much stronger than what might be justified for the […]
The beginning of a new college semester can be stressful for anyone, but with chronic anxiety, it can start to feel like you’re not prepared at all. The best way to ensure that you have a successful semester is to utilize every resource that may become beneficial to you. College brings different challenges and responsibilities depending […]
When I was in college at SUNY Oneonta, I used to throw out a quote often misattributed to Marilyn Monroe that stated, “if you can’t handle me at my worst, you don’t deserve me at my best.” Looking back, I wish I hadn’t given so many people that ultimatum. At my worst, I overwhelmed and […]