Tag Archive | "Stress Management"

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Don’t Panic, Just Write!

Posted on 06 May 2015 by

It doesn’t matter what university it is, or what type of major you pursue, one of the non-negotiable job descriptions of a student is being a writer.  The usual suspects are introductory English composition, history, and sometimes even psychology or sociology courses. For some students, writing those required papers hurls them into one of those […] Continue Reading…

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Don’t Stress, Game On

Posted on 27 April 2015 by

We all get stressed in our lives, and some people play video games to help with the stress. Can this have a negative impact on students or can it truly help them? Many people think games are just for kids, but what if they could do more? When some students are stressed with school, work, […] Continue Reading…

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Coping with End of Semester Stress

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

It’s that time of the semester again–deadlines are approaching, and finals are coming faster than we all realize. Upcoming deadlines can be very scary and if you’re like me, just thinking about them makes your stomach knot and your palms sweaty. The best thing to do is get organized. Having an agenda helps because you […] Continue Reading…

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Time Flies When You Feel Grounded

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

Eight hour work shifts, ten page papers due by midnight, and a badgering girlfriend who wants to watch half-priced movies on a Tuesday night. Start the coffee pot because it’s going to be a long night. How does one balance all of this out? I was a troubled person asking this same question at a […] Continue Reading…

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“I Have a Life!”

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

“I have a life!” is often the complaint of many students who are stressed out about juggling school with a career, children, or a relationship. Instead of whining about your problems and feeling offended when professors don’t give you special treatment, take into consideration that you are not alone. The person on your right could […] Continue Reading…

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Why Running Away Works

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

At 21 years old, I am the first out of my group of friends to move away from home and fully support myself. I work two jobs, go to school full time, intern out of state once a week, and plan charity events. I make time for friends and when I’m not doing any of […] Continue Reading…