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3 Ways To Help A Friend With An Eating Disorder

We live in a time in which, luckily, more and more people are talking about mental and physical health struggles and becoming allies to their friends and loved ones that are struggling. A lot of people don't know how to help friends struggling with mental health issues like depression, an [...]

4 Ways To Balance Ambitious Career Goals With Your Love Life

If you are reading this, it’s likely because you’re at a crossroad. Don’t worry, though, you aren’t alone. Many young professionals are in the process of applying 0r interviewing for job or internship opportunities this summer. Some are trying to decide which college or graduate school they want to attend. [...]

Want To Be The Best Secret Santa Ever? Do These 5 Things

It’s my favorite time of year: Secret Santa Time! I’ve always loved Secret Santa, whether I was an elementary school student picking out the new coloring book I thought my peers would love or a high school shopping for the perfect sweater that my Secret Santa would show off at [...]

5 Signs You Need To Let Go Of A Toxic Friendship

There comes a time in some friendships when you realize that you need to say goodbye. That’s just reality. Of course, it is never easy to lose someone who has played a pivotal role in your life. You deserve to put yourself first and stop letting others tear you down. [...]

To The Girl Who’s Lost Someone To Breast Cancer

First and foremost, I want to make sure that you understand that you are not alone. At the time being, that may not be a comforting feeling. You've lost someone incredibly important to you and it feels like the world is crashing down around you. I get it. I may [...]

Stories From A Breast Cancer Survivor’s Daughter

July 3rd, 2012 This was a day like any other for my mom. She was working as a federal pretrial probation officer and had to cut her work day short for her annual mammogram. The day was like any other day here in the South with the temperature reaching 101 [...]

We Disagree, But Yes, We Can Still Be Friends

I grew up in a pretty sheltered environment. Most of the people I encountered shared the same views as me. Because of this, I was never challenged, or asked to defend my views until this year, when I ventured out into the real world. Coming from a Christian, conservative family, [...]

5 Lessons I Learned From My Conservative Mother

Not everyone is lucky enough to experience the kind of relationship I have with my mom. The phrase “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” could not be more accurate when it comes to the relationship we share. As cheesy as it sounds, she is my role model and [...]

9 Important Lessons I’ve Learned From My Mom

From the moment we’re born, moms teach us a lot about life. My mom has taught me so much in my short life, and I’m so thankful for the lessons I’ve learned from her. So, thank you, mom, for being the amazing person you are, and passing on some of [...]

To My College Best Friends As We Graduate

I have always believed that people are put in your life at the right time. Trust me, I could not have asked for a better time to find you. 18 year old small town me could not wait to leave home. I was so excited to move five hours away [...]

To My Parents As I Graduate College

To my parents as I graduate, Thank you. Looking back on my time in school, very little has been consistent. Through changing teachers, outgrowing friends, failed relationships, and those rough teenage years, you are the one thing that has remained constant in my life. In a time where everything was [...]