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i just saw this on pintrest. i battle my life every day with each and every one of these mental illnesses. it's hard, but you gotta do what you gotta do. with the right help, and a positive mind set you can get through any rough patch you encounter and become what you've always wanted to be.
Contributed by Kristy Chimenti
Being an anxious person and a college student myself, I have found that you can reduce your anxiety by making sure to do your school work as early as you can and never wait until the last minute because eventually the work starts to build up, and so does your anxiety. Also, it is very important to exercise regularly to stay healthy and reduce stress. Always remember that school work should come first before any other activities students tend to participate in through college.
Contributed by Stephanie Below
One way to stop a panic attack is to focus on what is real and physical around you, basically to get yourself out of your head and fake sense of danger. So you would for example try to focus on the tree out the window, or the trash can by your desk and think about what how big it is or what size it is.
Contributed by Emma Brittain
Besides being a great resource for inspirational and educational videos, TED also hosts forums and conversations on topics we all have something to say about, or for which we need guidance. This conversation about dealing with anxiety on TED Talk is a great way for anybody to contribute or for anybody to read and respond if they are in need of community--of a support group.
Contributed by Brian Zaboski