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Young Adult Well-Being



Young adulthood often begins with taking on the responsibility of our own well-being, and it frequently comes with a series of discoveries that the assumptions we’ve formed about our lives may not be true. From aspects of our identity to our religious beliefs, from our pursuit of education to building our careers, from finding new communities to forming deep relationships, we can run into a near-constant stream of new experiences and information that confront our previous perspectives. And as we come to a new understanding of ourselves and the world, we can encounter tension with the expectations and desires of our parents and elders. While we can feel intimidated or overwhelmed by the prospect of the future and our place in it, especially as we inherit a world that is facing significant global distress, we also have access to the power that comes from wielding our newfound authenticity for the good of ourselves, our community, and our Earth.

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Michelle Obama’s Best Advice for Students | How to Succeed in Life

Advice for college students and all young people as they set out on their journeys as adults.

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U Thrive: How to Succeed in College (and Life)

Every year, almost 4,000,000 students begin their freshman year at colleges and universities nationwide. Most of them will sleep less and stress out a whole lot more. By the end of the year, 30% of those freshmen will have dropped out.

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Why ‘That Girl’ Isn’t Real

The “that girl” trend has inspired millions of views, but the supposedly inspiring trend can become toxic.

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7 Daily Habits of High Performance Students

I think this subject isn't talked about enough on motivational channels on YouTube - including my own. My videos are made to motivate and inspire, but the message is not to study 16 hours a day, sleep 2 hours a night, have no social life, and drive yourself to exhaustion.

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An Ordinary Age: Finding Your Way in a World That Expects Exceptional

In conversation with young adults and experts alike, journalist Rainesford Stauffer explores how the incessant pursuit of a “best life” has put extraordinary pressure on young adults today, across our personal and professional lives—and how ordinary, meaningful experiences may instead be the...

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5 Steps To Finding A Therapist As A College Student

For those who want to seek help and guidance, here are some actions you can take.

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Self-Care in College

What is stress like for college students?

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5 Things College Students Should Include in a Plan for Their Wellness

Here are five essential things that any wellness plan for incoming college students should address.

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The Mindset Shift that Will Change Your Whole College Experience

If you want to see the kind of college success that every college girl hopes for, you have to learn this mindset shift that will change your whole college experience. If you’re not familiar with my story, I was a first-generation college student.

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Stressed out at college? Here are five essential reads on how to take better care of your mental health

Links to informative articles to fight college burnout including on: how to prioritize your mental health; considering campus physical design; making a wellness plan; considering academic motivation, and enjoying a therapy animal.

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