Managing The College Stress Epidemic – Infographic

  Stress is common for college students in the best of times. But with the current COVID-19 outbreak, there will certainly be more stress and anxiety placed on college students as they navigate the “new normal.” According to a recent publication from MacCormac College, 45% of college students feel more than average stress and 87% Read More …

5 Coping Methods for Stress at Work

International Stress Awareness Week is November 4th through 8th. In honor of stress awareness, we’ll address a very serious and common problem: workplace stress. Almost everyone experiences stress in the workplace. There are a multitude of reasons employees might experience stress at work including a toxic company culture, a heavy workload or angry customers. Some Read More …

The New Quarter Life Crisis Fueled by Financial Concerns

According to a recent report by BodyLogicMD, 2 in 3 people ages 20-39 report experiencing a quarter life crisis. But what causes a quarter life crisis? As you can see below, most factors have to do with financial and career struggles.   Lower than Desired Earnings (69.3%) As employers increase requirements for applicants, they often Read More …

College and The Unseen Stress

When students are in high school and thinking about everything they will learn in college, they don’t even imagine the amount of stress they will be under. There’s only a small group of students who are without stress, or at least seem to be. The rest of the college students are dealing with stress every Read More …

Coping with Job Search Burnout

Job searching can be frustrating, demoralizing, and even dehumanizing. Dealing with constant rejection, jumping through hoops, and trying to say just the right things to impress potential employers can wear you down. You may even want to give up searching completely. But there are strategies to help overcome feelings of disappointment. A few tips and Read More …

Highly Sensitive Persons: Self-Care Tips for Stressful Times

Highly Sensitive Persons (HSP’s) can become easily overwhelmed by day-to-day activities. According to psychologist Elaine Aron who coined the term, HSP’s may be sensitive to loud noises, bright lights, and busy environments. If you’re easily bothered by things that don’t seem to affect others and you’ve often been told that you’re “too sensitive”, you may Read More …