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Lifestyle

Coping with Anxiety at University

By UWEaccomm 30 Sep 2018

Starting university is a tough time, being in a new environment with a new set of friends, even the most confident people would find it daughting. Anxiety can involve feelings of unease, nevousness, upset and becoming fustrated easily. 

Moving to Campus is all new and exciting, but if you have been feeling nervous and wary of your new environment, remember that there's always someone at UWE you can talk to.

Friends, flatmates and resident assistants are available to lend a helping hand - resident assistants can be contacted through Cotswold reception desk for Frenchay and Glenside through their phone number.

If you feel like you'd like to talk to a professional, UWE's wellbeing service offer support through counselling, mental health and specialist mentoring appointments.

More info can be found at https://www1.uwe.ac.uk/students/healthandwellbeing/wellbeingservice/theservicesavailabletoyou.aspx

If you think someone you know or your flatmate is struggling, offering your time to listen and support them may brighten their day more than you know. 

Be kind, always.

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Photo by Robert Baker on Unsplash

Topics

wellbeing, UWE, Anxiety

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