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Marcus Arvan

Hi Stacey: Awesome post, and I, for one, cannot wait for the rest of the series! In my experience, so many graduate students face the kinds of issues you allude to here--and yet effective strategies for grappling with these things are so rarely discussed. I myself struggled with loss of confidence in grad school, developing effective work habits, and yes, anxiety and (excessive) self-criticism. And indeed, at least in my experience, the ability to grapple effectively with these kinds of things "make or break" a person's grad school experience, deeply influencing their well-being, whether they finish their program, and if they do finish, their competitiveness on the job market. So, thanks again for drawing these issues for public discussion!!

Jerry Green

So rad. Definitely looking forward to learning from you on this.


Yep, bring it on! Could really use some of that right now!

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