Imposter Syndrome

Good morning sun-bathing Jumbos! I hope the beautiful warm weather yesterday put everyone in a good mood and helped alleviate some of the midterm-related stress.  There is nothing like the feeling of warm sunlight on your skin after a long winter to remind you that the world is still a beautiful place – even when […]

Dealing with Anxiety

Greetings beautiful souls, The semester is in full swing now, and for many of us that means a resurgence in anxiety as we juggle classes, research, work, athletics, clubs, and our own sanity.  And most of all, we juggle our own expectations for ourselves and what our anxiety tells us we shouldn’t do.  Below are […]

Eating Disorders: Recovery

Good morning good morning! In a follow up to last week’s post we are going to talk about some tips for eating disorder recovery.  These tips apply to recovery from anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating, and EDNOS (eating disorder not otherwise specified.)   The first and most important thing you can do is to ask for help. […]

Eating Disorders: Information

Good morning radiant Jumbos, Today’s post is about something that, unfortunately, plagues far too many men and women – eating disorders.  Courtesy of the National Eating Disorder Association, here is some information on eating disorders. In the United States, approximately 20 million women and 10 million men suffer from an eating disorder.  Most disturbingly, 40-60% […]