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Our UAlbany MyStory Bloggers share their lives with you to help you to stay focused on your goals, to remind and inform you about the many supports that we have on campus to help you succeed, and to let you know that, whatever you are going through, you are not alone.
This week, we are focusing on adjusting socially and academically.
Click here to read about how Anik addressed his social fears.
When I was in a large group, I was afraid people would judge me. I would ask myself the same set of random questions in my head every time I was around a lot of people. “Is there something in my teeth?” “Is there a stain on my clothes?” “Does my breath smell okay?”
In her last post, Simonti shared her love of music, especially Hindi music. This week, she writes about how music had become a distraction and how she wrenched herself from her addiction to sound. Click here to read more.
Music has always found a way to make me feel more excited about doing whatever it was I had to do. It made my life more colorful. There are certain songs, in which, I have a period of my life stored. This is something no picture or book has ever been able to do. I have been the type of person that always needed a song playing in the background, anything, just to avoid having to be without a tune. But there was a problem…
Kate Engert offers several steps to addressing difficult roommate situations, in her post, “Navigating RoomHATE.” This post was part of her MyStory blog series, Metamorphosis. Click here to read her offerings.
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