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College Stress


Any college students here have any helpful tips for reducing stress and getting organized?
Sep 23, 2017 @ 11:10 am

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Set back

Got set back and trying to catch up and get ahead so i dont fall behind again.
Sep 23, 2017 @ 11:10 am

Keep track with a journal

Hey! I'm not sure in what areas you would like advice on, but there are a few:

Homework and time management:
If you are working part time while going to school, definately keep track on either an agenda or a large desk calendar (you can get at walmart) of all of the times you have classes, have work and have social activities so that you can see exactly how much free time you have to be able to finish your assignments on time. I find this really helps give you a visual of how much time you are actually using for productive activites, and time that you have where you tend to procrastinate.

Food and exercise:
I definately think its very important to cook all of your food yourself and to stau active because physical health really helps with mental health and how well you can handle stress. Based on the same concept above with the calendar/time table, do the same thing but with food. When you see that you have some down time, take 2 hours to meal prep food for the whole week and use the calendar to plan out when and what meals you will be eating. You can also use the calendar to input when to exercise (this can include just going for a walk outside).

Visualization and planning is key to managing stress and i hope the above helps. Feel free to ask me questions!
Sep 23, 2017 @ 04:59 pm

be positive

Actually college is a hard work. You should find balance in your life. Sometimes you have to work super hard (like college). Be positive and be grateful. Attitude is everything. When you are tired, take a break. If you need help with your study, ask about it whether your friends or use some helpful resources. And don't forget to take your time to relax and socialize
Feb 02, 2020 @ 05:23 am

take it eay

I know from my own experience how you're feeling. Thankfully I finished college this year and I'm on a gap year now. What subjects do you do? And what is it exactly about your parents and teachers that is stressing you out?
To make the learning process easier, I suggest that you use some helpful College Apps . Hope you will be fine soon
Mar 06, 2020 @ 09:00 am


Stress studying is never good, so think about something else for a while to get your mind off of things; it makes things so much better. Meet a friend for a quick cup of coffee to chat for half an hour about something other than your big exam or paper that is due, or go see a movie together.
Apr 20, 2020 @ 09:32 am

College Stress


I graduated college in 2017, I did an accelerated course so I can understand the stress that comes along with college. Here is what I found most helpful to me:

1) Prioritize - I made a list of everything I needed to accomplish, and put them in a new prioitized list. I found that helped me with being able to check off things that I have completed, while still knowing what I needed to do.

2) TAKE BREAKS - I know that college can be super overwhelming, but spending countless hours studying or doing homework can make your brain overwhelmed. I found it helped when I took a short break, had a bite to eat or go and sit outside for a little while.

3) Do homework/study with classmates - if you can, I found that working with other classmates when you could helped me to understand. I would ask for help or clarification from my classmates, and sometimes I would actually understand it better because they explained things in a different context for me.

4) Breathe, and set aside time to relax and enjoy - You have to have some free time, or time to spend not thinking about college. Make sure you do that, it's hard sometimes to be caught up in it all, but it's so important to your mental health to ensure that you take care of yourself.

I found if I had a super stressful day, or having a stressful time once I have done all I needed to do, a nice night of pampering yourself can you make you feel refreshed and ready to tackle on the next day. Face masks, baths, a nice meal, can make all the difference.

I hope this helps you in some way :)
Apr 20, 2020 @ 01:33 pm


If you're feeling overwhelmed by a stressful situation, try taking a break and listening to relaxing music. Playing calm music has a positive effect on the brain and body, can lower blood pressure, and reduce cortisol, a hormone linked to stress. Or as for me, good idea to start writing on some interesting topic . And if you don't like it but need do it you can use help with assignments online. Sometimes calling a friend is not an option. If this is the case, talking calmly to yourself can be the next best thing. Don’t worry about seeming crazy — just tell yourself why you're stressed out, what you have to do to complete the task at hand, and most importantly, that everything will be okay.
Apr 22, 2020 @ 09:05 am


Interesting.Thank you for sharing the information.
Apr 26, 2020 @ 07:16 am


Writing essays has always been the biggest college stress for me. And right now I have to write an essay and I really cannot cope on my own. I was lucky to find a sample here https://samplius.com/free-essay-examples/crime/ . I try to follow the structure and the topic is similar.
May 18, 2020 @ 01:58 am

Do daily Yoga exercises

This is good topic and users are providing good tips for college student who are suffer more. I can say that time management and daily Yoga exercises do mental and body health which are help to ride of any stress.
May 26, 2020 @ 04:48 am

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