It's the time for the new session, school advertisements are running in full force. Colleges are packed all over the country, some are going for the first time and other students are returning to the campus. Newcomers are very excited to enjoy their college life but college can be stressful sometimes. Some of them feel home-sick, sad, some have doubts regarding themselves and some have a feeling of anticipation.
This time period brings a pretty intense range of emotions as some are heading back to normal routine or some are joining fresh. Mixed emotions are noticed in every corner of the college. A college is where the life begins, where you will learn and were the major self-discovery take place. When it offers a thrill, it will also serve you stress, as students will be worried about missing the closed ones, may feel nervous as they have to live far away from home or feel excited to start a new life and welcoming everything comes their way.
These emotions are quite normal to some extent. It's not easy to come out of your comfort zone and your support system while you are trying to adjust to your college life. So, if you are facing some trouble in concentrating, not being happy, or keeping yourself healthy. When you want to talk to someone to discuss some matters, therapy is the option you can consider.
Stigma is attached to the therapies even in the 21st century and it's really strange to believe. Majority of mental illness begins when fall into the category of a teenager are or you are below 24. Every 1 in 5 people is suffering from mental illness. Social Stigma is the foremost reason why people don't seek help and they try to cop up with it alone.
Therapy can be formidable, but there are many students that are suffering from mental health problems and they are suffering silently. The stigma remains even if the schools are providing counselling sessions for the students. They have a fear in mind that if my problem is spread among my class fellows, they'll make fun of me.