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Do you feel you don’t have enough time? Are you sleeping less because otherwise you can’t fit everything you want to do in a day? Then it’s entirely possible you’re doing too much.
You probably know it better as “etc.” you have read things that have used it; you have probably said it yourself. You may or may not have used it in your own assignment writing, but chances are you may not be using it correctly. One of the reasons is that how to use etc. is not taught in English grammar and composition classes.
“What should I write in my dissertation introduction?” is a question we commonly get. Students who are completing their dissertations have a pretty clear idea of what the other chapters in their dissertations should include.
College application time can be stressful for both students and their parents. There are so many things to juggle. Students have to study for the SAT, JLPT, or ACT, sometimes both. There are applications to fill out, and scholarships to pursue.
No reasonable person would say that we should lose the fight against mental illness. Unfortunately, if action is a measure of intention, it sure doesn’t seem like a battle we’re very interested in winning. Resources and funding for mental health treatment and support aren’t adequate.