I never thought my anxiety was a problem until about two weeks ago when I checked myself into a medical facility because I felt like I could be having a stroke. Admittedly, I never took people’s anxiety seriously, “it’s just an excuse”, I told myself, but after my “scary” situation, I now realize the severity of some people’s anxiety.
Many colleges and universities are two weeks, or so, away from final exams. This can be the most stressful time for a student, especially one who might be completing 12-15 credit hours per semester. Not to mention, they could be working a part-time job or interning at some establishment.
So what do you do?
How and when do you study?
It is essential to have a toolbox of strategies to get through tough times that everyone goes through. There are ways for you to not only feel like you’ve overcome a fear, but to feel accomplished and energized in doing so. Below are tips to help you use Mind Over Matter skill sets.
Holiday’s can be a stressful time for people alike, and as the season approaches, the ways in which children deal with holiday stress is often overlooked. I was able to co-host along side Rowan Radio’s Public Affairs Director, Alyssa Compa, in interviewing two remarkable authors. Nadine Briggs and Donna Shea shared a lot of useful information on behaviors to watch out for and ways in which to alleviate your child’s holiday anxiety.
With all the stresses in our lives (school, work, friends, etc.) it is easy to forget to focus on your own happiness. The good news is, there are lots of easy ways to increase your happiness every day. From being active and social to just getting some quiet alone time, here are so fun and easy ways to increase your happiness. Continue reading