FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.
November 10, 2011Press Contact:
Stressed Out Student
THE BED, 305 (November 10, 2011) - A Journalism and Public Relations major from NOVA is in great need of inspiration and energy to be able to survive the coming five days.
The student has a variety of tasks to juggle at the moment. An editorial as well as a seven page story is to be written; a take home exam has to be completed; there is yet another exam that requires reading; and last but not least, the student has to promote herself during upcoming internship interviews. "I don't really know what to focus on," said the stressed out student, who agreed to talk with the request of anonymity.
Many duties to fulfill along with a great need of performing well can often lead to a state of mind the experts call "Information Overload." This condition has a great impact on the person's mood and often creates a head that seems to be made out of cotton or something the like.
"For a person who's obligations are to produce, this state can be quite severe, since it often affects creativity and inspiration," medical experts said. However, deep breathes and daily affirmations will help. Where there is a will there is a way and nothing is impossible.
"It does feel a bit overwhelming at the moment, but I have done it before and I will do it again," stated the student who promised to deliver and cheer up.
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For further information, please do not contact the student in question. Just google your questions.