Just like God gave us doctors, nurses, nutritionists, and physical trainers, He also gave us counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, and friends. With this in mind, it’s important to understand that taking care of your mental health is just as important as taking care of your physical health. It doesn’t have to begin with a big issue – it could be something that starts with getting to know yourself better or just meeting with someone as a way to “check-up” on your mental health. Whether you’ve felt like you need help, or you just want to check-up on your mental health, MC’s Counseling and Disability Department is a great place for you to turn to. Read more here.
I'm over halfway through my 21st year of life, and yes, it's still quite weird to acknowledge that I am in my "20s." Surprisingly, living through two decades of life doesn't magically teach you maturity or time-management skills, but your 20s are a great time to learn these things! I'm not an expert yet, but I'm pretty sure your 20s some of the best and hardest years of your life. Here's a few things I wish I had known on the threshold of my teens and twenties.