So much more is expected of college students today because there are so much more opportunities and possibilities in the modern world. That is probably why America's students are the most stressed out they have ever been. Recognize the stress in your life and look for ways to relieve it. Watch this short video and learn more about just how stressed out we are.
People may look at suicide as a selfish act, but it is mental health that is the problem. Why is it that 1 in 12 students have thought of killing themselves? There are many factors that go into the entire college experience, but I think the one thing it lacks is the education and awareness of mental health issues. Things get left unnoticed or friends do not believe the issues is as serious as it really. Reality check, if you even get the slightest idea that someone may be struggling do not be afraid to lend a helping hand. You have no idea how much of an impact you could have on someones life. Read this article and become fully aware of the issues with suicide that our current generation of American students has to deal with
SLEEP is so important, if not one of the most important things for a college student. Do not let your mind fool you into thinking you are good with only 2 hours of sleep. You must make it a priority to maintain a healthy sleep schedule. Manage your time accordingly, and give your mind the rest it needs. When you give your body the rest it needs you will ultimately be more productive.
Obama is such an influential person and is definitely a great person to get meaningful advice from. In this interview he talks about how people need to view issues from a long term standpoint, because nearly nothing gets resolved overnight. This video proves helpful when trying to figure out to manage all of the stressful issues happening in your life. You can get through it, just take it step by step.
If your not winning in life try fixing your focus. Get rid of those annoying downers and leeches you may have accidentally included into your life, and do not feel bad about it. Focus on you and the positive aspects of life around you. You will find that your attitude and mood changes and you'll find a new perspective on life. So throw the trash out... trust me it's worth it.
College is back in session and everyone is juggling a million things. The easy thing to do is wallow in your busy and hectic sorrow, or you can make the most of your time. By doing this, you will find that you actually have more time.
It's easy to say "I will do it later" and turn on the TV, whip out the phone, or get on your computer. Technology can easily keep you distracted, which is a whole other topic. Try to limit yourself to the amount of time spent checking your devices, or worrying about your connectivity to the Internet.
Spend your time how you want it, but make sure you prioritize it the correct way and remain dedicated and motivated to improving yourself.
You need to have an open mind in today's world. You want to remain curious about things that may catch your attention, however do not be quick to judge others based on false assumptions.
People see the world in different ways, and I guess you do not have to accept their beliefs, but you need to respect them. Politics, finances, religion or WHATEVER it is. Face the facts that we are not all the same.
When you accept that fact that you cannot change everything going on around you... you will find you can change yourself. Be your own inspiration and motivation. Wonder about things, keep an open mind and realize that although people may see things differently, its okay.
Don't be afraid or ashamed of what sparks your curiosity, it's you.