If you’re one of my fellow grads, the road ahead is, in a word, fucking terrifying.
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The numbers don’t lie. And they spell shrooms.
The app was created by a clinical psychologist who used the basic principles of an evidence-based treatment called dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT). It teaches skills to help you cope during a crisis.
“During the pre-test tech check, the software was unable to recognize my face.”
“What if you could pay them off in your twenties and be done with it?”
“Whether students showed up or not, I used to be in a lecture room for an hour a week.”
This year, more than most, you should give a damn.
Instead of endorsing any candidates outright, we've laid out their strengths and weaknesses and the issues they care most about.
“One year later, the question remains: will UBC stay true to its declaration?”
Here’s some of my favourite books, with a brief description and a quote.
"Faculty burnout isn’t just anecdotal – we have real evidence of increased workloads and stress levels."
Over the years, I have been told everything from “you should exercise and eat healthy” to “binge-watch Netflix and eat popcorn.”
“If approved, this would be one of the most ambitious plans to address the climate crisis in all of North America.”
“The rarer the cookie the more valuable it is.”
When we are aware of our internal experience, we can use our skills to ground ourselves and remind ourselves that we are safe.