It is no mystery that the path of higher education is a difficult task. For graduate students in the Biomedical Graduate Studies program, the experience can be particularly onerous due to the unpredictable nature of scientific research -- students often work on projects in ambiguity for weeks or months with limited foresight on the end result. In addition, students working in competitive research fields may feel added pressure to publish quickly before getting scooped. With deadlines to meet, pressure to collect data, and an urgency for publication, the task of being a graduate student can be overwhelming. When does it all become too much?