Learning to Relax


“ People say they are so busy doing the “shoulds” – whether that is working, caring for family or being a part of demanding friendships – that by the time an evening or weekend comes around when they might do what they want, there is no energy or motivation left for anything but “flopping out”. That’s a difficulty because how is life enjoyable or satisfying in the long term if you’re only doing what you should do the whole time?”

– Rachel Andrew, Clinical Psychologist

As the new school year approaches, students have started to get anxious about grades, assignments, exams and many more of the responsibilities that school education makes compulsory for them. Not only students, but generally the whole world is under constant stress at any time. And even when we have plenty of free time, we always look for things to do and somehow make ourselves busy…

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