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Ask the counsellor: “How do you know if it’s time to break up or...

Once the rose-coloured glasses come off, it can be hard to tell if what you’re feeling is just the comfort of routine, or if your relationship is simply not meant to be. Our expert offers some clues.
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No problem is too small: Why you should see a counsellor and what to...

A visit to your school counseling center or a professional therapist can do wonders for your mental health. Learn why you should make an appointment today.
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Ask the counsellor: “How do you differentiate normal sadness from clinical depression?”

Feeling down? Learn how to tell the difference between everyday sadness and clinical depression.
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A self-care plan for survivors of sexual assault and harassment

Try these self-care strategies after experiencing sexual assault or harassment.
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Students share how they deal with depression

Students share their stories about dealing with depression, and mental health experts explain how to get help.
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Ask the counsellor: “How do I know if I found the right psychologist for...

A counsellor discusses how to choose the right psychologist for your individual needs.
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Ask the counsellor: “How can I help a friend through a breakup?”

Here's exactly what to do if your friend just got dumped.
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Talk it out: The science behind therapy and how it can help you

Rate this article and enter to winNew class expectations, new living situations, and navigating newfound independence can give us all the feels—from super psyched to super stressed. Even if you’re loving your student life,...
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Ask the counsellor: “How can I be less insecure?”

—Adam C.*, University of the District of Columbia, Washington DC (*Name changed)Congratulations! You’ve already completed the first step in becoming less insecure. You’re asking what you can do, which shows you already have confidence...