Tag Archives: depression

The Allie Way – What do you really know about anyone?

The older I get, the more I have been starting to realize and accept that nothing is really predictable. As people, we are constantly looking at and assessing patterns in the world and then applying them to situations in order … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: Mind Chatter

Another Monday is upon us, and thus another very busy week for me. As I’m attempting to balance all of my commitments and mental/physical well being, I find an old “friend” of mine creeping in again: the mind chatter. I’ve … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: Great Expectations

It’s no secret: I’m a perfectionist. Well, recovering perfectionist (or slightly neurotic…it does seem that way at times). I’m trying to accept the fact that perfection is a myth; it simply doesn’t exist and is therefore unattainable. So why do … Continue reading

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Interview Callout for College Students

I’m writing an article on how college administrators can help students be proactive in dealing with mental health issues like student stress, anxiety and depression. Would you like to be interviewed (I can use your first name only if you … Continue reading

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