6 Do’s and Dont’s of Surviving a Party With Social Anxiety

The Definitive Guide to Thriving at a Party With Social Anxiety. For most, parties are fun and exciting events used as a way of escaping the daily responsibilities for a night. For those of us with social anxiety, parties are a terrifying and confusing labyrinth where the walls are constantly caving in. Introverted and socially … Continue reading 6 Do’s and Dont’s of Surviving a Party With Social Anxiety

How to Ace an Interview by Changing Your Perception of it

How you perceive interviews determines your chances of success. In order to become an expert interviewee, you must look at interviews in a different way. If you're like most people, interviews are a dreaded and nerve-wracking experience. Your strengths as well as your weaknesses are placed under a microscope and pitted up against dozens of … Continue reading How to Ace an Interview by Changing Your Perception of it

Reliance on Social Media as a Source for Political News

Abstract Are college students drawing their political news from social media and if so, are they fact checking the sources? This study was designed to answer these questions by surveying 28 students. The majority (51.7%) of these students were between the ages of 18-21. 21 of the participants were male, the other 7 were female, … Continue reading Reliance on Social Media as a Source for Political News

How To Make a Negative Situation Work FOR You Instead of Against You

We’ve all heard the phrase “Life is unfair.” Whether from a parent, teacher, or relative, odds are you’ve heard these words offered to you as a means to alleviate your pain in hard times. While it is technically a true statement, finding solace in such a phrase during your low points in life is a … Continue reading How To Make a Negative Situation Work FOR You Instead of Against You

5 Common Misconceptions About Depression

With depression rates on the rise, it is essential that we as a society destigmatize the illness and clear up some common misconceptions about it. The worldwide depression count currently sits at 332 million people. For reference, that’s more people than the entirety of America which has a population of 327.2 million. There’s a very … Continue reading 5 Common Misconceptions About Depression