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Learning Portal - Study Skills : Stress Management

Stress Management

College students can experience stress and anxiety as they manage the demands of their education, employment, and personal lives. Effective stress management can make college a more pleasant experience and can be useful in many parts of daily life. 

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Top Tips 

✓  Breathe. Deep, steady breaths from the belly can help calm feelings of anxiety.

 Think about the present moment. Avoid getting too caught up in thinking about the past or the future.

✓ Think of solutions. Dealing with practical problems, such as assignment overload, can help with emotional problems such as anxiety.

✓ Ask for help. Asking for help when you need it is important and useful when trying to solve problems.

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Unless otherwise stated, the material in this guide is from the Learning Portal created by College Libraries Ontario. Content has been adapted for the GPRC Learning Commons in June 2021. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons BY NC SA 4.0 International License.

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