Monthly Archives: September 2008

Campus Calm Seeks Publicity Intern

My brand new book Campus Calm University has arrived from the printer. Yay! It’s time to tell the world! I am seeking a savvy, self-motivated, accountable, enthusiastic public relations intern to help me launch my “baby” into the world. Responsibilities … Continue reading

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College Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – September

“Start to worry when you start to act like everyone else.” This was sage advice given to me by my parents back when I was a teen. It stuck with me. I would always feel conflicted when I felt myself going along … Continue reading

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Mental Health Expert’s Tip of the Month – September

What is Adjustment Disorder? Adjustment disorder is a short-term diagnosis given when people are having difficulty adjusting to something new in their lives. Symptoms include: • the development of behavioral or emotional distress beyond what would be an expected response … Continue reading

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Networking Expert’s Tip of the Month – September

September is a time for going back to school and back to basics. When it comes to networking, there are two basic rules every young professional needs to know: 1. DON’T wait until you need a network to make connections … Continue reading

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20 Something Career Expert’s Tip of the Month – September

Do You Appreciate Your Parents? I didn’t have the most stable “American” childhood in the world. My mother suffered from severe mental illness, and I was forced to behave like an adult at a very young age. Add to that … Continue reading

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