Self-Improvement

More Than Just A Number

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Since our high school days, the “College Board” search consisted of inserting our GPA, SAT and ACT scores into a program to see where we stack up in the grand scheme of young adults all vying for a spot at the school of our dreams. Anxious thoughts plagued everyone, from the underachiever to the valedictorian themselves.

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Sadfishing 101

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Social media has encouraged vulnerability and outreach for those who use their platform to be personally authentic, in that way. However, this authenticity has been put into questioning with the new term and trend: sadfishing.

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The Biology of a Breakup

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If you have ever experienced heartbreak, you know the sequence of events: long nights tossing and turning, questioning every decision, sleep deprivation and fatigue, putting on a strong face to the world, stalking your ex on social media, coming home listening to sad music and devouring Ben & Jerry’s.

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People Sick vs. Home Sick

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Homesick: a term that every college administration warns you of, every student tries to prevent and every parent consoles. Maybe this adjustment change thats been feared and engraved in our brains since the Common App days have led some to be misdiagnosed. Maybe, instead, youre people sick.

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