Taking Control of My Life, My PhD, and My Eating Disorder: How I Did It & Some Advice

To acknowledge that our health has to take priority is a tremendous act of strength. … More Taking Control of My Life, My PhD, and My Eating Disorder: How I Did It & Some Advice

When Things Suck and You Still Have a PhD To Do: 7 Tips to Get Stuff Done

In this guest post, author Tamsyn shares some realistic, practical, honest advice. Who can’t use some of that once in a while? Check out more of Tamsyn’s writing on her blog.   *          *          * We all have times in our lives when things just suck. When … More When Things Suck and You Still Have a PhD To Do: 7 Tips to Get Stuff Done

Supervisor Perspectives: Realistic Advice, Peer Support, and Career Options

“It’s very common to see students struggling with a mental illness” … More Supervisor Perspectives: Realistic Advice, Peer Support, and Career Options

Nadia’s Story: Persistent Paralysis and a Prolonged PhD (Part 1)

This wasn’t writer’s block, it was full blown “I-can’t-do-this-because-if-I-even-start-I-will-fail-and-someone-will-be-disappointed” … More Nadia’s Story: Persistent Paralysis and a Prolonged PhD (Part 1)