Supporting mental health from a distance

Supporting mental health from a distance

For most young people, going to college is the first time they’ve lived away from home. The experience is exciting, maturing and hopefully fun. It is also a big step and almost inevitably it will bring up some degree of anxiety for them. Students aren’t the only ones who might be anxious. For parents who up

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A secure digital life for your college student

A secure digital life for your college student

From social media to coding, college students today are more technologically savvy than ever before. Though they can navigate any device or application with their eyes closed, they don’t necessarily protect those devices as well as they should. Constant proximity to others — in the dorm, classes and the library — makes it essential that they take

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Trust Me

Trust Me

There is some part of me that has wanted to be an adult all my life. If not every eighteen-year-old has felt this way, they are likely experiencing it now. I anticipated the summer before freshman year would be trying, as should all parents and students — students are neither children nor full adults and

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The summer sponge experience

The summer sponge experience

If your college student is working, interning or volunteering this summer, they have an opportunity to get an extra benefit from these weeks or months of “outta classroom” experience. Encourage your student to be a sponge: “A person having a sponge-like capacity, as for drink, knowledge, etc.” (Webster’s New World Dictionary) The summer job can

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