Loss of motivation
It’s hard to maintain motivation to study over the course of a degree, no matter how much we may want to finish. Read on for some tips on dealing with loss of motivation.
Losing motivation in final semester
It’s easy for motivation to wane while studying, and often by the end of a degree it’s even harder to keep going. Read on for some tips on how to address loss of motivation to study.
It can be hard to know if changes in our functioning are due to low motivation, or a sign of an underlying mental health problem…
Managing psychological disorders
It can be difficult to talk about mental health problems, particularly when the label or diagnosis given is not well understood by others…
How can I study when my grandfather is ill?
University can be a challenging experience, especially if there are other worries on your mind. Read on for some tips on how to manage this stress and anxiety.
Stress about my performance
Sometimes reaching out for help and advice can help us reach our goals and reduce our fear of failure.
Depression and missing class
Sometimes depression and anxiety can be a big obstacle to achieving our goals, especially when it’s been there for a while. It’s important to address this and ensure you’re getting all the emotional and practical support available. Read on to find out how.
How do I get out of my slump?
Are you feeling like you’re in a slump and can’t get back on track with your studies? Read on!
Struggling to get it together
For many, university can be a challenging time. With assignments, deadlines, exams, and a social and work life to balance, it easily becomes overwhelming. Recognising this is important, as is taking a step back to ensure you are balancing work with self-care.
Feeling stressed and losing concentration? You’re not alone! Read on for some helpful tips.
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