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5 tips for stressing less this week

It's important to find healthy ways to manage stress, especially during finals. Here's a quick guide on getting things under control this week.

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How to stop the social media spiral

Social media: a great way to stay connected or a bombardment of news and information? Here are some tips for navigating social media in a healthy way.

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How to feel better on a budget

Have a tight budget? Taking care of yourself and feeling good shouldn’t have to cost you. Here are some ways to feel better without spending much money.

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How to move past stress

As we approach mid-semester, you may begin to feel the stresses of an increased workload and added responsibilities outside of school. Here are some tips to help you move past the stress.

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3 Ways to Manage Stress and Anxiety

With the academic year in full swing, many of us find ourselves juggling schoolwork, social lives and work.

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Getting ahead of stress

Starting the new school year at CU comes with new classes, friends, activities, relationships and more. As exciting as this all is, it can also become overwhelming and you can feel weighed down by your own expectation to do it all.

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Buffs supporting Buffs during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Traumatic events happen every day, and the CU Boulder community is not exempt. Get tips on how to support survivors.

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How to Help a Friend with Disordered Eating

Eating disorders can be hard to talk about. They can be even harder to talk about when you’re concerned about a friend. Starting the conversation and connecting a friend to resources is important in getting them the help need.

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January is National Stalking Awareness Month

While legal definitions vary, a working definition of stalking is “a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear.”

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Managing Stress

Being in college can be a whirlwind of new classes, internships, friends, relationships, activities and more. As exciting as this all is, it can also become overwhelming and we can feel trapped by the weight of our own expectations.

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