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Students share tips for dealing with stress

 

Seek out help from your professors
David - Philosophy

 

 

 

Talk about your stress with loved ones
Victoria - Kinesiology

 

 

 

Find time to de-stress with your furry friend
Kaitlin - Television, Film and Media Studies

 

 

 

Staying physically active helps relieve stress
LeAnn - Geology

 

 

 

Keep a to-do list as a way to be organized
Ella - Biochemistry

 

 

 

Open communication with your employer helps balance your time
Daniel - Nutritional Science

 

 

 

Hold yourself accountable for your actions
Jazmine - Public Health

 

 

 

Remember to take breaks once in a while
Errol - Nutritional Science

 

 

 

Balance responsibilities to deal with college stress
Deshawn - Communication Studies

 

 

 

Organization helps deal with college stress
Debbie - Nutritional Science

 

 

 

Deal with stress by talking with others
Loren - Public Health

 

 

 

Exercise and keep a positive outlook
Pedro - Kinesiology

 

 

 

Dealing with parental pressure to succeed
Christine - Public Health

 

 

 

Coping with the loss of a loved one
Robbin - Public Health

 

 

 

Counselors

 

IMPOSTOR SYNDROME, HOW TO DEAL WITH IT
A psychological phenomenon experienced by many college students. It is basically the feeling that you are not really a successful, competent and smart student, you are only imposing as such. Here are some tips on how to identify and deal with it.

 

 

 

H.A.L.T.
Stress is a common problem. It can be good, but detrimental to one's well-being. Are you feeling hungry, angry, lonely, or tired? Here are some tips on how to take better care of yourself and be better prepared to deal with stress.