Health and Wellbeing
Advice From a Graduate: Wellbeing
Hi, Sunny again!
As I explained in my recent blog, I'm a university graduate and I want to try to help you out with the things I struggled with whilst I was at university. One thing that I found difficult with was staying positive and keeping in control of my mental wellbeing.
I can't stress how important it is to take care of your mental health at university - it's just as important as your physical health!
Remember, you're never alone in any of your low and dark periods and when you're feeling like this, please speak to someone. Help is always available.
For my advice on other aspects of student life, head over to YouTube to watch all the videos in my 'Advice From a Graduate' series.
Good luck with your first year of university and your whole student experience!
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