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Finding an advisor can be a lot of work.
Here is what the graduate council has to say about the advisee/advisor relationship: Mentoring Guidelines
In the process of finding this person, it can help to reflect upon what you hope or think the grad school experience should entail, and gauge potential advisors using these things as a guide. This document will talk about finding an advisor in the context of the following ideas:
This last item is a bit tongue-in-cheek, but it is true that grad school can be very trying at times—but not all the time! It's important to reduce any sources of anxiety that you can. Stress is an unavoidable part of life sometimes, but it's equally important to increase your productivity/overall health as a grad student in any way that you can.