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How Brock University Students Can Turn Stress into Strength

How Brock University Students Can Turn Stress into Strength

When you’ve spent a long and exhausting day agonizing about grades at Brock University, it’s pretty tough to maintain an upbeat attitude. We’ve all been there. You just want to quit, but before you make that tearful phone-call to your mom to tell her you’re dropping out, consider these tips as words of advice to turn your negative stress into positive strength.

Learn the difference between the essentials and time-wasters

A vital key to successful stress management is to prioritize your nonnegotiable responsibilities and, at the same time, identify unnecessary chores that are taking a sizable chunk out of your free time. When you separate your mandatory tasks from trivial, you can easily pinpoint the extra avoidable stress that comes from dealing with too many obligations at once, and eradicate them accordingly. Once you’ve dealt with your necessities, sit back, breathe a sigh of relief, and move on to your secondary list with a load taken off your mind.

Take up a hobby

Now, hold on, we know what you’re thinking. “I’m already overwhelmed with school and they want me to pile more on my to-do list?!”

But honestly, this is a very practical and inexpensive method to relieve stress and relax yourself. Something as simple as filling out a drawing journal or taking up a sport is a great way to unwind after a nerve-racking day of mid-terms. The quietness of a hobby will peacefully transform your tension into clearheaded tranquility, and will give you time to think and sort through your emotions.

Learn from the experience

This is the core of our message: what can you take away from this ordeal? Because really, the old adage is true – what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. The only reasonable way you can gain from this experience is to assess what caused your stress, how to avoid it in the future, and evaluate your weaknesses to improve how you handle stress later on in life.

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