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The root cause of perfectionism and self-doubt in generations of American women is…

When we measure our self-worth from any place outside ourselves, we fall victim to perfectionism, confusion and self-doubt. If a college woman measures her self-worth by her GPA, tests are going to cause her quite a bit of anxiety. Getting … Continue reading

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The Magnificence of Uncertainty

  When Maria asked me to write a blog post as a new intern for Campus Calm, I must admit that I felt uneasy. As I am writing, I still feel very reluctant to the idea of posting my thoughts … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: Always in a Rush

With only two weeks of classes left (two weeks!?), I’ve been in a constant rush to get things done. My procrastination has finally caught up with me. Thus, I’ll be living in the library for the next 15 days trying … Continue reading

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