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Curbing Driving Anxiety in College

Camryn Cole Web Content Contributor Everyone has a fear of some kind. Many can have a big impact on day-to-day activities and are hard to overcome in general. Whether it be snakes, airplanes, or failure, all fears are valid!  Personally, I’ve found it easy to surpass most of the things that scare me. Even though heights make my stomach churn, I’ve bungee jumped in spite of my inner terror. I’ve […]

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How to Cope with Panic Attacks

By Calvin MillerWeb Content Contributor Have you ever been in a situation where your mind started racing, your heart seems to be pounding at 200 beats per minute, and you begin sweating? Worse yet, you have no idea what brought this on. Well, you may have experienced a panic attack. Which is not to be confused with an anxiety attack, even though both are very similar. A Harvard Medical School […]

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How Social Media Affects Our Mental Health

By Paige GreeneWeb Content Contributor Social media allows us to stay connected and keep relationships that we would not be able to otherwise. This connection can ease anxiety, stress and depression, but it can also cause it. I am not going to sit here and tell you that you have to delete all of your social media in order to be happy, because that is definitely not the case. Being […]

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Let’s Talk About Mental Health

By Brittany AndersonWeb Content Contributor With another semester underway, it’s normal to dread the inevitable stresses involving classes, deadlines and a laundry list of other responsibilities that will last for months. Naturally, these things might cause you to panic under the pressure. But this uneasiness can quickly make a turn for the worse— and ignoring it or putting it off to the side won’t help. First and foremost, it’s important […]

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How to Relieve Stress

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Blog Content Contributor The further we get into this fall semester the more we have piling up on our plates. Tests, due dates and the ever-growing demands of school begin to bear down on your shoulders--students begin to feel like Atlas holding up the sky. Thankfully, we have breaks to look forward too, but those can seem so far away. Here are some ways to relieve your […]

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Overcoming Anxiety

By LaCoya Bell Blog Content Contributor Anxiety is something that is common with most people. I feel like everyone has experienced anxiety at least once in their lifetime. Some people may experience it more than other and some people experience it every day. I experience anxiety at times myself, so I know how stressful it can be. I have a couple of tips that may help with anxiety. My first […]

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Take the Step

By Conner Yarbrough Blog Content Contributor At this point in life, most of my friends, peers, and acquaintances are all college students - and I could say the same about their social networks. As young adults living in a sort of limbo between childhood and the “real world,” it is easy to get lost in what seems like endless shuffling and changes. I come into this article as we approach […]

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Find the Self-Care Routine That Works for You

By Janessa Rutiaga Blog Content Contributor As college students, we tend to put our grades and GPA before ourselves. We come to class stressed and full of anxiety, and our grades suffer because of this. I fully believe that students need to first take care of themselves and their own well-being, and only then will their grades and everything around them flourish. Self-care is a big yes, and I think […]

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Surviving the Quad: A Guide for Students with Anxiety

By Alisa Pierce Blog Content Contributor The number of students that have anxiety or nervous disorders is a lot higher than most people think. In a study conducted by the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, they found that forty million U.S. adults suffer from anxiety disorders, and 75 percent of them experience their first anxiety attack or episode by the time they’re 22. This means that the majority of those […]

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