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Perfect is an adjective we all want to describe ourselves with, striving to earn a 4.0, receive 100% on every exam and complete every task flawlessly. However, we are all humans and we all make mistakes.
Worry is a feeling that we are all familiar with. So many of us have experienced a racing heart and a mind filled with endless thoughts. Whether it’s an upcoming exam, presentation or a big event coming up, anxiousness and worried feelings are a natural response that we feel in stressful situations.
“Tell me you have pretty privilege without actually telling me you have pretty privilege.”
Juice cleanses, fad diets, fasting and strict meal plans: easy and efficient ways to lose weight and become the healthiest version of yourself, right? Think again. These are rules that the toxic world of diet culture has set for us and that we have been programmed to follow.
It’s no secret that a lot of us portray our best selves on social media. We use our social platforms such as Instagram to show highlights and clips of our lives where we look and feel our best. However, there are times when the content we post is not a true representation of who we are.
Deep conversations become one word answers, the time between responses goes from minutes to days and, before you know it, it has been a week since you last spoke. There is now no more contact. This is called "ghosting."
TikTok’s content has been flooded with videos of “that girl”. The trending hashtag, #thatgirl currently has over 700 million views on TikTok. However, who is she?
“I feel fat” is a phrase we often hear people say to describe their current emotions and feelings. However, what exactly does this mean? Many men and women walk around repeatedly using this phrase, but few people know what they are truly implying and the harm they may be causing when they say this.