It’s completely understandable for people to be anxious right now. No one blames you! The future is uncertain for everyone, but especially for those of us who are in college. We are already in a phase of change and growth, and current changes have added to that exponentially.
Social distancing can feel pretty lonely in this age of coronavirus. It doesn’t have to, though! Abby’s here to help with some ideas to help you keep in touch with your loved ones, even though you can’t squeeze them in person.
It can be tricky to find people who are willing and able to meet your standards. However, Abby’s here to stress that your standards aren’t too high. Sometimes, people just suck. It’s time to let these people go.
Have you ever met a dog on the street and simply not been able to contain yourself? Welcome to the club. This behavior isn’t outlandish or weird, but rather beneficial for both the human and dog involved. Pet away!
Abby’s back to recommend three strategies to find your coziest self on these long winter days. Cozy gals are happy gals, and you deserve to be happy!
Pushing through the first few weeks of second semester can be a struggle, especially when the sun seems to have entirely given up on shining. With just a tiny change in perspective, though, Abby knows you’ll all make it the most successful semester yet.
Didn’t anyone ever tell life you can’t kick a person when they’re down? Geez! Sometimes, life gets you down and keeps you there with one bad thing after another. You can make a comeback, though, and here’s how! Music recommendations included.
We’ve all been there. It sucks, but we survived. This week, Abby’s talking about rejection: what it feels like, how to deal with it, and how to let it go, Elsa style.
In this week’s Ask Abby column, Abby tells us why we’re all worth it— no mater what.
The image of what college ‘should’ be can sometimes feel overwhelming, especially for an introvert. Dealing with the pressure of making the most of these four years and being introverted can be overwhelming, but Abby’s here to tell you: do what feels good to you!