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Charlotte Nash

Op-Ed Columnist — Class of 2019

Number of articles: 5

First Article: May 13, 2017

Latest Article: November 10, 2017

Un-social media: disconnecting to reconnect

Jenny Ibsen This summer I went off-the-grid. It wasn’t in an exotic, adventurous way; I didn’t backpack across the Himalayas or return to Bowdoin with a foreign lover in tow Eat Pray Love style. I lived in New York City and had constant access to all of life’s essentials (and those not as much so, like a Starbucks on every corner), I merely deleted all social media accounts and lived my life as if no one was watching.

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Counseling ad attributes poor mental health to poor self-care

I am incredibly grateful for Bowdoin Counseling Service. Without their initial consultation, I never would have been referred to my current off-campus therapist. I would still be stuck in the same negative thought patterns that were not my own, that inhibited me from living the full life that I wanted to live, that placed blame for everything not perfect in my life on me alone and that comprised my disease.

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