The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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Chapter 4: Fish Out of Water
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"... that you talk to a mental health professional immediately if you are experiencing one or more of the following: ▪ You have thoughts of or made a plan for committing suicide. ▪ You have hurt yourself in other ways. ▪ You have thoughts about hurting someone else. ▪ You can see ..."
"...Thankfully depression and stress among college students is no longer a taboo subject. Due to an alarming increase in mental health issues in college students, depression and suicide are hot topics on today’s university campuses as well as in preventive health journals, newsletters, blogs and more. Don’t be surprised to see lectures, workshops and seminars on depression and suicide offered on your campus. Halfofus.com and CampusCalm.com are two helpful internet sites dedicated to the mental health of ..."
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"... mental health centers helps them on their way to diagnosis and treatment. The good news is: ▪ Depression, suicide and other mental health issues in university students are taken seriously. ▪ There is help available. ▪ You never have to face it alone. - Surviving the Chaos - ..."

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