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Key Messages

Own It: Acknowledge stress exists and know it can be managed

Reframe It: Be mindful, identify negative thinking patterns, and practice positive self-talk

Make Stress Your Friend: Visualize stress as a positive influence on getting through challenges 

Plan For It: Arrange 'B' messages to fit your lifestyle (BSilly, BAuthentic, BGenerous, BNourished, BCalm, BActive, BConnected, BBalanced, BRested, BOrganized)

Did You Know?

44%

of BC students rated their stress level as average or less than average

79%

of students use their friends and socializing as a way to help cope with stress

39%

of students use meditation or mindfulness activities to help lower stress levels

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"How to Make Stress Your Friend"
Kelly McGonigal

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"Noboby Should Struggle Alone"
by Logan Sands '18

 

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