Why you Haven’t Started Therapy yet

…and why you should start like, yesterday. You’ve been thinking about seeing a therapist for a while. You’ve perused a few online profiles. Maybe you’ve even talked to a friend about their counselor. You know that you should see a therapist. …buuuuut, you haven’t contacted anyone yet. You consider it, then look at Twitter orContinue reading “Why you Haven’t Started Therapy yet”

Perfectionism and Procrastination

Believe it or not, perfectionism and procrastination go together like peanut-butter and jelly. They seem like they’d be total opposites, right? We think of perfectionists as “type A,” organized people. Procrastinators seem like they’d be… well, relaxed. Type B, if you will. So why do perfectionists procrastinate? Perfectionists put a *lot* of pressure on themselvesContinue reading “Perfectionism and Procrastination”

How to stop taking things personally

Whether it’s an offhand comment or a rejection letter, it’s hard not to take things personally sometimes! Certainly, there are things that you should take personally, like when someone is intentionally trying to hurt you. But if you, like me, are a sensitive person, it may benefit you to learn how to stop taking thingsContinue reading “How to stop taking things personally”

3 Easy Ways for Millennials to Prevent Work Burnout

Work burnout is an epidemic, particularly for high-achieving millennials. In a recent Gallup poll of 7,500 full-time workers, 23% reported feeling burned out “very often or always,” while 44% reported feeling burned out “sometimes.” Many millennials began prepping for college in high school. We were taught that we had to be above average student inContinue reading “3 Easy Ways for Millennials to Prevent Work Burnout”