Once again we’ve scoured the web for you, picking the best articles on mental health and academia. Have a suggestion for the next Link Round Up? Drop us a line on twitter or facebook! … More Link Round Up: Academia is bad for our mental health, and how to talk about it
Even a smashing scholarly success has a complicated history. … More Happy Endings, and What They’re Made Of
Don’t feel bad for looking after yourself and your mental health. … More Self-Care During Academic Conferences: Tips on Managing Time, Energy, and Looking After your Mental Health
People have thought that I’m using my mental health troubles as an excuse … More Suicidality in Graduate School: Part 2
A big part of the problem lies in the silence of our supervisors. … More I am a PhD student. Why can’t I talk about mental health?
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
If you’re unhappy it’s okay to make a change – you’re not alone. … More Grad students: You’re not trapped!
Consider joining in the next #MHPhDChat on February 14th – it’s a great way to connect with other grad students, post-docs, and academics! … More A Twitter Chat Review
This week, we’re reading about radical self-acceptance, figuring out why so many of us quit, and what “coming out” with anxiety looks like. … More Link Round-Up: “Coming Out”, Quitting, and Acceptance
Feeling isolated in the workplace can be a daily burden – peer support is crucial in lessening the mental health impact of workplace isolation. … More Overcoming Isolation in the Workplace: A Daily Focus