Welcome to RESET
Welcome to RESET, the second part of our Wellbeing programme, dedicated to Aber Students. We all have mental health, just like physical health, with the difference being we might not see it if someone around us is struggling. We all need a deeper understanding about mental health to help us recognise and help break stigmas.
What's RESET about?
Now that we’ve given you a chance to REFRESH your mindset, we now want to look ahead to what the future brings. Whether you are going into your next academic year, or graduating at the end of this year, we want to give you some handy hints and tips to maximise how you live your life.
Over the next three weeks of RESET we will be discussing:
- Developing emotional resilience
Have you ever been put in a situation where you’ve had to deal with really difficult circumstances? We’ve all had our emotional resilience tested, and sometimes it feels like you just want to give up – but that’s normal! We look into the definition of emotional resilience and explore how you can better your foundation to deal with potentially difficult scenarios you may come across in your day to day life.
Being in lockdown has been a challenging experience for many of us. As movements are now being made towards easing restrictions completely, and people are starting to talk about what things might look like, it is normal to feel worried about life after lockdown. We’ll explore how to cope with potential fears you might have to get you thriving amongst people.
Stepping out of the university bubble can be daunting for any young professional; for the past three or four years you’ve known what to expect every step of the way and have had guidance and support throughout. This week we’ll look into various options you could take after graduating and some handy tips and tricks to help you adjust to this new chapter in your life.
Eager to find out more? We’ll be adding content every Monday, so check back every week to learn more about how you can improve your overall wellbeing. After all, we all need a bit of R&R from time to time…