Living with roommates can be an adjustment, even if you’re living with friends. Whether you’ve had roommates before or are living away from home for the first time, here are five tips for living with roommates.
CU Boulder's Faculty and Staff Assistance Program and Office of Victim Assistance recently partnered in a discussion around the events of the Marshall Fire. Counselors addressed how to take care of oneself and others; trauma response and coping mechanisms; and resources at CU Boulder and beyond.
New year, new goals, new routines, new class schedules—whether you’re looking to improve your finances, relationships, mental health or overall well-being, these apps can help support you and your goals throughout the year.
Setting goals can help us articulate the things that are important to us and help us develop our strengths. Here are a few tips and tricks to help you set successful goals this year and into the future.
For some of us, 2021 represented a return to normal in many ways. For others, it may have been another difficult year. Regardless of your experience, here are a few tips you can use to improve your mental health going into 2022.
Winter break often brings much needed relief, but it can also be a source of stress or anxiety. Whether you’re looking forward to winter break or dreading it, here are a few survival tips to help you make the most of December.