but I made an effort to remember how well I had done in high school while also learning more about my university’s tutoring center and similar resources to help if I fell behind. I worried about leaving my friends behind 山西千年古村落 院士坐二等座走红

UnCategorized As I was transitioning from high school into life on my own at a college 400 miles from home, I was constantly hearing from older friends and family members that I needed to savor every moment, as these would be the best years of my life. But these tame words of advice made me feel even more isolated. My life was in turmoil during those initial 15 months after my high school graduation, and I have come to understand that my difficult experience is not uncommon. If you’re finding yourself in the same situation, you may be feeling hopeless about the direction and form your life will take. But life is what you make of it. My young adult years did turn out to be some of the best, but it took some work. If you’re feeling low, try to recognize precisely what factors are contributing to that condition. I worried that I wouldn’t be academically cut out for the rigors of college courses, but I made an effort to remember how well I had done in high school while also learning more about my university’s tutoring center and similar resources to help if I fell behind. I worried about leaving my friends behind, especially because several of us were leaving the state. Fortunately, with the advent of social networking and the widespread use of texting, it is much easier to stay in touch. Because you share a common home, you’re bound to be back there at the same time multiple times a year. Keep each other posted. Of course, you don’t want to shut the door on opportunities for new friends. Get involved as much as you can (without interfering with your studies), and don’t be afraid to take any and all courses that interest you, even if you’ve already picked a major. That is one of the best ways to expand your horizons, pursue new interests, and connect with people that hold similar tastes. Dating in college is an explosive new experience, but don’t allow yourself to become overwhelmed by it. Try to avoid rushing relationships, and always practice safe dating. A great many people marry their college sweethearts, but romance can also cause undue stressors which can ultimately exacerbate negative feelings. Any major life adjustment like moving to a new area and stepping up in the world can induce feelings of depression and anxiety. And even if it doesn’t, it may be wise to see a licensed professional counselor in order to help you develop new life strategies and cope with the mixed emotions you feel. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: