5 Tips to Help Students Manage Back to School Stress
Most students have been back in the classroom fulltime for at least a month, but in that time, many of them have seen classmates and teachers become ill or have become ill themselves. The coronavirus disease (COVID) pandemic has delivered another new normal for students to adapt to. It’s no surprise that many young people are having a difficult time in the classroom and at home. As parents, we have worked hard to create stability and safety for our kids, but the past few years are taking a hefty toll on us as well. If your child or family are struggling this back to school season, you’re definitely not alone. It’s okay for everyone to not be okay. In this blog, we’re going to offer a few tips to help young people and families adjust to whatever new normal the school year throws their way, but if you need more support, it may be time to consider family therapy with the Lotus Psychology Group team.
1 – Establish a Sleep Routine
2 – Talk it Out
3 – Eat Healthy & Stay Hydrated
4 – Exercise
5 – Prioritize
Bonus Tip – Talk to a Therapist if You’re Struggling
It’s completely understandable if your family is having a tough time this back to school season, and you don’t need to figure it all out on your own. If you want to talk to a professional about how to manage all that’s going on, let’s talk. You can get started by calling our practice, emailing us, or simply filling out our online scheduling request form.