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  1. Sep 2019
    1. feelguilty fortakingextratimeoutoftheirbusy schedules toexercise,meditateorhaveamassage.

      This is something I really need to work on. Any tips on removing guilt from taking time for yourself is helpful?

    2. Helpers arenotimmunetopainintheirownlives andinfactsomestudies showthatthey aremorevulnerabletolifechanges suchas divorceanddifficulties suchas addictions thanpeoplewhodoless stressfulwork

      This reminds me of when I was dealing with my own struggles during undergrad. I thought I was being week as I coached other students through similar situations. I figured since I give guidance to others, I should be able to help myself. It was a dangerous thought process

  2. Aug 2019
    1. wide lens across fields that interest them, and to look in depth at careers in their top choice field

      I wish someone stressed this to me at a younger age. I had my heart dead set on a field that turned out not to be the best fit.

    2. breakaway guilt

      I know this is huge for some families. Every member is contributing especially if parents or grandparents are older and require more care. However, sometimes to best serve your family, you need to work on yourself and do something for you.

    3. Persistence: Having the skills and confidence to stick to a goal even in the face of challenges and setbacks. For many students, this is a strength already! Your role is to reinforce and encourage, and help students navigate setbacks that may have shaken their confidence, as well as help anticipate any future barriers and plan for how they can be avoided or overcome

      This reminds me a lot of the quote from training last week: "the greatest growth doesn't come from the easiest struggle" Students have to persist to grow