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CRIMHRC holds session on stress management

By EMN Updated: Apr 27, 2024 8:25 pm
Kezhazolie Cornelius Mere and students of Kohima Science College during the session on stress management at Jotsoma village council hall on Saturday.

KOHIMA — Carl Rogers Institute of Mental Health and Research Centre (CRIMHRC) held an interactive session on stress and stress management with the NSS unit of Kohima Science College at Jotsoma village council hall on Saturday.

During the programme, CRIMHRC chairman, Kezhazolie Cornelius Mere, spoke on how ‘as a human we all go through different types of stressors and how important it is for us humans to need the positive stressors and yet more importantly to identify what is negatively stressing you out and take proper steps for it.’

He also spoke on how the young Nagas both students and youths are becoming victims of negative stressors and are not able to find the right coping mechanism to deal their stressors and how they start indulging in harmful habits to cope with their stressors like cigarettes, alcohols, drugs, tobacco, gaming and social media addictions.

Mere also stressed on how those habits might provide momentary relief and a sense of high, yet they are extremely harmful and addictive. He further spoke on management activities to deal with academic stressors and study skills.

Moarenla Longkumer, NSS officer at KSCJ, led the session and also delivered the vote of thanks.

By EMN Updated: Apr 27, 2024 8:25:52 pm
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