I remember the day my feet stopped paddling. It was fall of my freshman year and I was drowning. After 18 years of swimming towards a destination that was suppose to make me happy but really just left me wanting more, I stopped. I could no longer pretend to be perfect. Behind my perfect grades, smile and “white” feathers, I was perfectly unhappy. I had lost all joy in college life. I felt like I had nothing left to give.
Danny considers the causes of stress on campus, and how to deal with them.
“Numbing the pain for a while will only make it worse when you finally feel it.”–Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, p. 695 As… Continue Reading »