Valentine’s Day. Once, a day when you celebrated friendship with your classmates and it was socially acceptable to overeat all the candy despite being months away from Halloween. Now, for many, this holiday comes with over analyzing relationship statuses and negatively comparing ourselves to how our current relationship (or lack thereof) doesn’t match the commercialized image of love that corporations and social media would like us to believe is the gold standard. You know, t
I recently moved to a new town and with that has come a whole slew of new things — new stores, new roads, new weather, new couch, new people, etc. I was reflecting on all of this newness and one thing I noticed is how the novelty of new things really makes you slow down. In my old town, I could get to and from places without much thought or effort. But nowadays it takes a lot of conscious focus and concentration to figure out which way is west and which aisle at the store has
May 15, 2017
Q and A session with Med School Tutors
Sat down with the folks of MST and answered a few questions on anxiety and radical acceptance. Check it out!