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Building Resiliency
Building Resiliency
We are all human. We all feel pain. We all feel stress. Life is a constant roller coaster. Some days are exceptional, others are exceptionally difficult. We are here to remind you that you can push through any obstacle that life throws at you.
Preparing for First Year University/College
Preparing for First Year University/College
If you or someone you know is moving out this year and are feeling overwhelmed, please remember that this is a normal feeling to have. To help ease some of the stress, we have compiled a list of helpful tips and strategies to consider implementing over the weeks leading up to the start of school.
Anxiety-Busting Checklist For First Year University
Anxiety-Busting Checklist For First Year University
It is common for post-secondary schools to provide a list of must-have items to bring with you for your first year. These are commonly things like household items, clothing, knick-knacks, etc. Below we provide our list of items not commonly suggested, but can positively ease your anxiety and relieving stress.
Managing Exam Anxiety
Managing Exam Anxiety
The dreaded exam season- an inevitable part of both high school and post-secondary schooling. While there’s no escaping the stress and anxiety that comes along with exams, there are many strategies to manage it the best you can.
Managing Transition Anxiety
Managing Transition Anxiety
Whether you’re starting a new job, school, or stage of life, change can be extremely difficult and scary. Breaking the status quo to something brand new, leaves you with a lot of unanswered questions. The comfort of familiarity is now gone, and you’re left wondering and hoping for the best, but unsure of what truly lies ahead.
30 Days Without Instagram: The Results
30 Days Without Instagram: The Results
Are you addicted to Instagram and other social media? I think we’re all addicted on some level. I’m certainly guilty. That hit of dopamine is often too difficult to pass up. I too feel like a tool when I share for the sake of sharing. It often has me questioning what it is I’m looking for? Do I need validation from others that badly? Am I trying to prove my life is awesome, or worse, am I trying to trick myself into believing it’s better than it really is? Read the full article to discover an exciting announcement within!!
Exam Study and Relaxation Tips
Exam Study and Relaxation Tips
Exams are here and we have asked our followers to share their favourite study tips and relaxation techniques. Here is a list of what was shared!
Could your Wireless Technology be Contributing to your Anxiety?
Could your Wireless Technology be Contributing to your Anxiety?
Does this happen to you? Sometimes you feel a phantom ring/vibration in your pocket but the cell phone isn’t there. Even though you picked up your cell phone you forget who you were going to call. Your short-term memory is getting worse. At school you feel as though a fog has enveloped your brain and you can’t think clearly.
How to Make Self-Care a Priority
How to Make Self-Care a Priority
When it comes to our mental health, it is EQUALLY as important to take care of yourself, as you would with your physical health. Practicing good self-care can help you take life’s challenges in your stride, boost your self-esteem and work on your self-acceptance. How to make self care a priority:
Adjusting to University Life
Adjusting to University Life
It comes then with little surprise that it is estimated that 5-10% students experience symptoms of homesickness during University. Along with missing the comforts of home, homesickness is also often accompanied by feelings of anxiety and loneliness. While the first week on campus is often filled with fun games and events, many students may still experience emotions of distress and anxiety. So what can be done to help combat these debilitating negative feelings?
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