The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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Chapter 4: Fish Out of Water
"...Many times, particularly in persons with seasonal affective disorder (SAD), depression sets in during the winter months when the daylight hours are shortened. Be sure to get plenty of exercise and exposure to sunlight, particularly when the winter blues set in. With a doctor’s supervision photo therapy with light boxes which provide illumination similar to the sun’s light can be used for treatment as well as prevention. ..."

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"...▪ The mind unpacking continues and, as it does, grief gets recycled and revisited. Grief processing is a continuous exercise that can be cyclic. Something reminds you of home – a smell, a sound, a song – and you are momentarily swept back in time to a place that has now become idealized or romanticized because it was so much better than this place. It was easy, comfortable, happy…or ..."

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"...of comfort in certain aspects of your new situation. This is all completely normal. Even if you find that the descriptors you are highlighting mainly fall into ‘Limited Competencies,’ there is no need for concern. Do not worry about a score. That is not the major aim of the exercise. ..."

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"... needs, which may vary from day to day and week to week. We will talk more about that in the following section on time management. - exercise - Along with good eating comes regular exercise. The combination of the two will keep you energized and focused. Unlike back in my time or ..."
"...Along with good eating comes regular exercise. The combination of the two will keep you energized and focused. Unlike back in my time or your parents’ time, colleges and universities today compete to attract students. One way of doing that is to provide state-of-the-art exercise rooms, pristine swimming pools, and a plethora of playing fields. Lack ..."
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"... need to get assignments or studying done. ▪ Take short power naps to keep your energy level and focus up. ▪ Build in regular study breaks with exercise or visits with friends. ▪ Set social, personal and academic goals. ▪ Prioritize your goals for the day, each week, and ..."

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"...do not do makeovers of our students’ rooms. That is a temptation difficult to avoid when for so many years we may have been saying to ourselves, “I can’t wait to have my own office on the second floor,” or “Wouldn’t it be great to turn this into an exercise room?” But our students are looking for the familiarity and stability of home. They want to come home to things just as they were…a little cleaner, but otherwise the same. They may get the wrong message when we drastically alter the sacredness of their sanctuary. ..."

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