Papers, projects, assignments - does this sound familiar? Add your hectic family, your personal interests and your career responsibilities into the mix, and stress is likely to follow. There is no "one size fits all" approach to managing stress at Empire State College. You will find resources, activities and exercises in the links below that may help you manage your stress.
- How stressed are you? – Take Sweet Briar College Academic Resource Center's stress-level self-assessment and find out.
- Stress Management – The University of Georgia's Web site presents many facets of life that contribute to stress for students and recommends using a wellness lifestyle approach to cope with them.
- Online Workshop – Georgia Southern University includes interactive activities on its Web site to help you assess your stress level and reduce it.
- Reduce, Prevent and Cope With Stress – Helpguide, a non profit organization, provides many tools and resources on its Web site to help you reduce your stress level.
- Stress Management Techniques – The Mindtools Web site helps you identify sources of stress and provides techniques to help you cope with stress on a daily basis.
- Stress Management Video – This10 minute video presented by the Dartmouth College Academic Skills Center promotes three core strategies for dealing with stress: a positive attitude, a healthy lifestyle, and relaxation techniques.
For additional support with stress management, please contact the director of academic support at your location.
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