College Success: "Chapter 10, Section 10.6: Emotional Health and Happiness"

Read this section up until the "Relationships" heading, which will be covered in the next subunit. Make sure to complete the self-assessment in the text.

If any of these forms of anxiety sound familiar to you, it is likely that some professional counseling could greatly improve your emotional health.

Keep in mind that while you may not feel these emotions as strongly as they are described here, you may experience a version of these emotions at some point in your college career. Learning about these emotions and how to cope with them now will prove important and helpful to you in the future.

Pay attention to identifying these symptoms now, even though they may not apply to you or someone you know at this point.

If you or a friend is in a crisis and needs help at any time, call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). All calls are confidential.