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How To Deal With Back-To-School Stress

Published on October 2nd, 2018

Back-to-school time can be stressful for everyone involved – the people heading back to school, the teachers and professors who have an immense job ahead of them and the family members close to these individuals. If the thought of starting school again stressed you out, try to follow some of these tips from the River Ridge’s mental health services in Burnsville.

Talk It Out

One of the most stressful parts of going back to school is thinking about everything that must be done. Homework, exams, sports as well as giving yourself enough time to relax and enjoy life. One of the best ways to cope with stress is to verbalize what is causing you stress. Have a relaxed discussion with someone you are comfortable with and state what is causing your stress.

Make A Plan

Once classes begin, the amount of work can be overwhelming. Balancing homework, work and a social life can be hard, which is why we suggest making a plan. Write out a schedule of when you are going to do your homework for each class, so you know that it will get done. Add other aspects of your daily life to this calendar so that you can see that you do have time for it all!

Walk Through

One of the most nerve-wracking things about the start of school is not being comfortable in a new environment. Whether you are in the same building or on a completely different campus, you will probably have to go to rooms you have never been in before. To relieve this stress, walk out your schedule before you begin class and attempt to meet your teachers.

If you or someone you know is dealing with back to school stress, suggest River Ridge mental health services in Burnsville.

 

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