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Tropical Fish
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18 Apr
When professors know you have a learning disability with paying attention to detail (I have adhd) and they make their grading as difficult and confusing as possible.
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Pineapple
19 Apr
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Tennis
Helper
19 Apr
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Ice Cream
19 Apr
Anyone here has a great skills in using adobe photoshop or illustrator
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Tennis
Helper
20 Apr
What class or teacher most impacted your life growing up?
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Tennis
Helper
20 Apr
What book had the most impact on you in childhood?
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Tennis
Helper
21 Apr
What three words do you think others most commonly use to describe you?
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Hamster
Mentor
24 Apr
Assertive conversation means expressing your point of view in a way that is clear and direct, while still respecting others. Communicating in an assertive manner can help you to: minimise conflict and control anger. Passivity allows others to decide for you. Aggressiveness  decides for others. Being assertive is you deciding for you. It’s finding balance in the middle. Join us as we talk and learn about assertive conversation at Joyful Living on Monday at 9am central.
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Duck
25 Apr
ya know I love college, I really do but my brain is broken. Just drunk some coffee & I can’t stop moving BUT I still haven’t started my paper. I’m about to dance in the hallways to Harry styles
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Tennis
Helper
25 Apr
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Umbrella
Helper
25 Apr
How is everyone doing?
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Tennis
Helper
29 Apr
what do you like most about your field of study?
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Hamster
Mentor
2 May
Communication must be HOT! That’s honest, open and two way. “ Dan Oswald If you only learn one thing about communication that would be the thing to remember. Good effective communication involves sharing information from one person to another person or people and receiving feedback that your message was successful. Join us at Joyful Living Monday morning at 9 am central time as we talk about kinds of communication and ways to communicate better.
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Pineapple
3 May
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Hamster
Mentor
9 May
“Communication is the lifeline of any relationship. Without it, the relation will starve itself to death.”Elizabeth Bourgere. 65% of divorcing couples cite communication problems as the cause. Join us in Joyful Living on Monday at 9 am central time as we talk about communication barriers and how to avoid them.
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Chestnut
10 May
Does anyone get with uni, that the work just gets on top of them, even when it’s an achievable workload? Like I’ve only got one research report and an exam left to do and to be honest I feel like climbing into a hole and just hibernating for 6 months. I do love this city but I don’t know many people since I’ve started my degree this academic year. Is definitely lovely and isolating. I do like to drink at the weekends and to be fair do binge drink large amounts which make me feel more light hearted and less alone. Is really not a good coping strategies to have gotten into though. If anyone is about and fancies talking tbf that would be quite nice x
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Tennis
Helper
10 May
if you can work anything for a day what would it be?
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Full Moon
Helper
11 May
I want to say good for me. This semester I didn't have a car for the first month. My brother got in a motorcycle accident within that month. I was sick for 2.5 months after that, and now I'm anemic. In finals week, I am ill with a fever and sinus and ear infections. I think the universe is trying to test me. Honestly never been so close to just quitting college altogether. My boyfriend, who is Mr. Perfect, doesn't get when I tell him that I am happy that I will end the semester with only one A and the rest barely passing grades; I took six classes on top of working part-time as an office supervisor. Honestly, screw anyone else’s validation at this point. I'm validating myself. I was knocked around this semester, and even if I failed one of my classes, at least I passed the other five with everything going on and good for me. And honestly, anyone else out there who is struggling with finals and worrying about giving up, remember how hard you worked and be proud no matter the outcome.
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Pineapple
11 May
Feel free to write me if anyone wants to chat today! 🌞
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Panda
12 May
It sounds like you might be at a U with a big campus. Being alone at a big school in a strange town can be overwhelming. I don't need to caution you about the binging, cause you already know it can bring lots of problems with it. Glad you are with us here. Glad you are reaching out and sharing. Keep us posted on your progress.
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Tennis
Helper
12 May
what are the things that help you to be motivated to study?
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Pineapple
13 May
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Hedgehog
14 May
Dealing with fake people in college is hard
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Tiger
Guide
15 May
I really wanna go finish my degree but I’m unsure
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Hamster
Mentor
16 May
What if I told you that by learning and practicing one skill you could solve 50% or more of the misunderstandings that happen everyday. It’s true! Listening is key to all effective communication. Without the ability to listen effectively, messages are easily misunderstood. Join us at Joyful Living Monday morning at 9 central time as we listen and learn.
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Pineapple
17 May
How is everyone’s week going?
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Tennis
Helper
19 May
what do you do if you don't have energy to study yet you have to?
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Hamster
Mentor
19 May
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Hamster
Mentor
23 May
It is powerful! Laughter strengthens your immune system, boosts mood, diminishes pain, and protects you from the damaging effects of stress. The simple act of smiling produces endorphins that stimulate the brains and make us feel happier. Join us at Joyful Living as we explore the power of laughter.
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Hamster
Mentor
30 May
Join us Monday morning at 9 am central at Joyful Retirement as we begin talking about Emotional Intelligence. Emotional intelligence (EI) sometimes referred to as EQ emotional quotient, is the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate your own emotions in positive ways. Having a strong EQ can help relieve stress, communicate effectively and defuse conflict among other things.
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Hamster
Mentor
6 Jun
Self-regulation can play an important role in relationships, well-being, and overall success in life. Are you in charge of your behavior, can you control control your impulses and your temper? Do think before you speak/react, and have and use the ability to express yourself appropriately? Join us at Joyful Living as we discuss self-regulation; what it is, why it’s important and how to improve it. Monday 9am central time in Joyful Living.
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Koala
6 Jun
Hi! I’m new here, I have been studying at a University for 2 years and am very happy. I am unsure what I want to do when I graduate and have become anxious about it.
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Pineapple
Guide
6 Jun
Hi everyone! I’ve just joined this community. Nice to meet everyone!
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Hamster
Mentor
13 Jun
Exploring Emotional intelligence. Being self aware can Improve your decision making, help you manage your emotions, lead to healthier reactions to external interrupters, boost your productivity and success. Positive self-awareness can also bolster your self-esteem, and strengthen your relationships. Join us Monday at 9 am in Joyful Living as we explore the many facets of self-awareness and learn how it can change your life.
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Fox
14 Jun
Hi! How do you deal with a roommate who doesn’t do any household chores, but complains about how dirty the apartment is. I usually know how to deal with this but I would like to find a better way to handle the situation. Let me know if you have any suggestions!
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Tiger
Helper
14 Jun
Hi! I can't help but think how I might fail this paper. I don't know what's up with me. I can't study at all. Like, I can't focus and I'm feeling guilty because I can't focus. I am calculating hours and how can I complete until morning. Literally till the very last minute. It's all theory, and I can't help but think how am I going to remember so much and write.
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Tiger
Helper
14 Jun
I'm currently hating on myself and I wish to just run away from this situation.
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Tiger
Helper
14 Jun
Is it okay if I fail...? I have no idea what's going ok with me
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Hedgehog
16 Jun
A recent grad here. Throughout college I struggled with imposter syndrome. I majored in journalism. So many people were using my major to describe my personality. I wish I chosen a different major that wasn’t always putting me on the spot. I always felt like I had to speak up when I didn’t feel like it.
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Hamster
Mentor
19 Jun
“Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” - Jim Ryun What is motivation aspect of emotional intelligence? Motivation is another important emotional intelligence skill. Self-motivation includes our personal drive to improve and achieve, commitment to our goals, initiative, or readiness to act on opportunities, and optimism and resilience. Join us at Joyful Living Monday at 9 am central time as we discuss motivation, why it’s important and how to improve it.
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Tiger
Helper
21 Jun
Have you ever felt clueless about your future throughout college and especially during exams? How did you cope? What got you motivated to study?
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Hamster
Mentor
26 Jun
One part of emotional intelligence is empathy and it is an important critical skill. It allows you to build social connections with others, and by understanding what other people are thinking and feeling, you have the ability to respond appropriately in social situations. It can improve marriages and relationships, work situations and help with stress. Join us in Joyful Living Monday 9am central time as we discuss empathy and social skills. They can help you live your best life.
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Hamster
Mentor
10 Jul
Happiness and Gratitude Gratitude is a way for people to appreciate what they have instead of always reaching for something new in the hopes it will make them happier or thinking they can't feel satisfied until every physical and material need is met. Gratitude helps people refocus on what they have instead of what they lack. Join us at Joyful Living on Monday at 9 am central as we tackle this important topic.
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Giraffe
13 Jul
I have 5 weeks left till I move out and go to my dream university. I don’t have any friends so pretty much I’ll be on my own from then on. I need some pointers/advice to be more independent and be less feeling lonely. I want to make new friends but I also want be prepared for the ones who are not interested in being my friend (you know?) I want to have a strong mental health and be unbothered by negativity.
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Sunflower
14 Jul
I never really had a college experience due to covid and i’m debating on taking on an extra year when I don’t really need it but to make memories. What should I do?
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Hamster
Mentor
18 Jul
It's a safe bet to say that everyone would like to be happy. No one wants to go through life feeling sad or like they are just getting by. You can't just choose happiness once and call it good. If you want to be happy it is something that you will have to work on. "There is no path to happiness; happiness is the path." Buddha. Join us at Joyful Living on Monday at 9 central as we discuss choosing happiness and some steps to get us on the happiness path.
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Fox
23 Jul
Hi everyone! I’ve just joined this community. Nice to meet everyone!
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Violin
Helper
24 Jul
How did everyone decide which college route they wanted to take?
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Hamster
Mentor
25 Jul
Mindfulness and happiness “Mindfulness meditation has the power to instill a deep sense of calm and serenity in the innermost part of your being (and brain). With a daily practice, you’ll be able to communicate better in your relationships, better cope with tricky curveballs life throws your way, and have a deeper sense of self-worth and understanding of your thoughts and tendencies.” Elitedaily.com Join us at Joyful Living Monday at 9 central time as we discuss how mindfulness can increase our happiness.
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Sunflower
5 Aug
Hello anyone awake need someone to talk to about college?
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Hamster
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Interested in breaking a bad habit? There are as many articles on the internet on breaking bad habits as there are recipes for “No fail Sunday Biscuits”. Just like those recipes some habit breaking ideas are impossible, some are long, involved and iffy but a few, like this one, might put you on the right track. Join us at Joyful Living on Monday at 9 am central time.
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