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Helping Your College Grad Deal with Uncertainty

Helping Your College Grad Deal with Uncertainty

After graduating, the whole world is your college grad's oyster. Walking across the stage to collect their diploma is undoubtedly the most exciting and overwhelming feeling for them. For the first time in their lives, these college graduates are no longer students. They won't have the structure of a class schedule and it's time for them to take on the world. Here are some tips to help your graduate embrace the uncertainty of post-college life.

Find Your Calm

Not knowing the path your life will take in the next five to ten years is daunting. No to mention, it's time to start dealing with student loans! It's easy to start panicking. Talk with your graduate about finding some healthy ways to de-stress and stay balanced. Some good examples could be exercising, reading, or listening to music.

Cut Down on the Comparisons

In the age of social media, it's easy for grads to start comparing their lives to their peers. For some people, things move a little faster! Remind your grad that instead of comparing their lives to other's, they should find joy in their friends' successes.

Community

A strong group of friends and supporters is key to getting through what can be a unpredictable time in a graduate's life. Whether it's friends or family, finding people who will cheer you on when you're succeeding and pick you up when you get knocked down is so important. Encourage your grad to keep in touch with college friends and continue making new ones!

The most important thing is to reassure your graduate that in this great journey, you're always there for them. When it comes to graduation day, gift your grad a locket with their loved ones tucked inside so that no matter where life takes them, they'll always know they're supported.

 

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