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How to Cope with Stress and Work with It

Stress definitely has some downsides, but it is also essential for developing optimal performance, change, and learning. Sixty percent (60%) of students feel so much stress that they cannot get their work done. Higher levels of stress are correlated with higher rates of depression and anxiety.

MLQU conducted this series of sessions for students and senior high school students who applied to the University. The students and applicants who attended the session found out the ways to cope with stress and make it work for them. Ms. Kate Cabigao, graduate of New York University and Student Experience Lead of MLQU conducted the sessions.

 

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