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25 Most Stressful Things About College
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By Neletha Skelton There’s no doubt the college experience is a stressful one - at least to some extent. The increase in
College Grads: Why I am Not Afraid of 'the Real World'
Journalism student at Elon University, Creator of Sky Life
"Are you ready for the real world?"
If I hear this question one more time I swear my head will explode. For my fellow early 20-somethings graduating college this month, I'm sure you can relate.
Unconventional Reflections of a Penn State Graduate
Editor, creative writer, fraidy cat
The College Mantra: Sleep Is For The Weak
Student, Duke University
A mantra exists that between sleep, good grades and a social life, college students must pick two and cut their losses on the third.
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Students Of Color Aren't Getting The Mental Health Help They Need In College
"Black folks have been talking about this pain and suffering for a long time now, and the typical response is 'It's all in your head,'" one researcher said.
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The Number Of College Students Seeking Mental Health Treatment Is Growing Rapidly
The increase of students seeking mental health treatment is vastly outpacing enrollment growth. And no one knows why.
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From Generation Stress to Generation Blessed
Don Joseph Goewey
Author of The End of Stress, 4 Steps to Rewire Your Brain, and...
The calm this tool facilitates can shift control from the amygdala, the brain's fear center, where all you see are problems, to higher order brain function in the prefrontal cortex where you are able to create solutions.
Social Media Is Changing How College Students Deal With Mental Health, For Better Or Worse
Students admit social media fosters unrealistic expectations. But it could also be a way to reach those suffering from the pressure.
How Social Media Can Hide Signs Of Trouble Among Students
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Decade Of Change For College Students: Less Religious, More Diverse And Lonely
Students At UC Berkeley Take A Big Step Toward Improving Mental Health On Campus
Of Course I'm Stressed, I'm In College
Mizzou Student, Makeup Junkie
When my eye started twitching fairly consistently for about week, I was annoyed. I can't be talking to customers or writing an essay if my eye won't stop twitching. The doctor's orders were to "Get more sleep, drink less caffeine, and alleviate stress."
College Students Aren't Getting Enough Sleep. These Universities Are Trying To Change That
MIT Students' Deaths Prompt Soul-Searching And Lighter Workloads
College Students Are More Depressed And Alone Than Ever
How The University Of Michigan Is Bringing Mental Health Care To Its Student Athletes
The Traditions That Got College Students Through Finals This Semester
Manage Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder In College
All-Natural Student Stress Remedy: Silencing the Mind
Student, McGill University
On a practical level, meditation can aid in insomnia, stress, emotional instability, depression, productivity, concentration, eating-habits, and the list goes on... As students, we are all subject to these difficulties associated with academic endeavors.
Why I'm Anti-Social Media
Student, University of Delaware
A few weeks ago, I deleted all social media apps. Honestly, I think it has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. I have noticed that I spend more time reading, enjoying the scenery on my walk to class, or just simply talking to my friends.
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