These symptoms alone may be the result of passing stress. But if you notice more than one, or if one alone becomes persistent, it can be a cause for concern and reason to seek help.
from College of the Overwhelmed by Richard Kadison, M.D. and Theresa Foy DiGeronimo
Help is just a click away
Millennial students are more likely to turn on their computer than pick up the phone. Here are some Web sites that can help.
www.baylor.edu/counseling_center Baylor University Counseling Center mission statement, contact information, hours, emergency contacts and fee schedules. www.Ulifeline.com Suicide prevention site with links to campus mental health facilities and a library of mental health information. www.campusblues.com Online education and referrals to campus mental health facilities. www.outsidetheclassroom.com Subscription site offering prevention-based education, focused on high-risk drinking. www.nmha.org National Mental Health Association, offering information specifically for college students, including fact sheets on several mental health issues. www.mystudentbody.com Offers personalized and confidential health information through interactive tools and peer stories. www.activemindsoncampus.org A student-run, mental health awareness and advocacy organization. www.factsontap.org Links to sites concerned with alcohol use and misuse.