If you have trouble dealing with stress, a really great thing to do is to talk to someone about that.
But everyone needs to develop stress management strategies that work for them.
Talk to friends—call old friends if they’re not in the same place as you or make new ones!
Develop a hobby that relaxes you—cooking, working out, drawing—something that lets you not focus on the panic for a little bit.
Learn how to say no—don’t take on too much. Do what you can and be proud of that.
Do your best—and if your best isn’t good enough, learn to be okay with that. As long as you’re working really hard and doing everything you can, that’s the most important thing.
Surround yourself with positive people who support you and don’t add more unneeded stress to your life.
You do you—take time to take yourself for a haircut, or a long walk. Don’t feel bad turning down going to a party because you need sometime for yourself. It’s okay to need to do something for yourself
Protect your time—do the things you love in your spare time and work hard during the busy times.
And most of all
TALK TO PEOPLE—this is something I’m still learning how to do. I’m not good at asking for help when I need it—but it’s an incredibly important skill to know how to let the people who care about you take a little bit of the burden.
Lot these advices