One of the hardest parts about being a college student is the amount of stress and responsibility that comes along with it. We are finally adults and it is one of the scariest realizations for people. There are always questions on how to do things, whether we are doing things correctly in our lives, and whether we are on the right path to success. Plus the onslaught of school work that comes along with college. But as a second semester sophomore, I have learned a valuable lesson, it is all worth it in the end when there is love involved.
Yes, I know that is extremely cliche, but it is 100% true. Every time I feel myself become too overwhelmed (which can be pretty frequently) I turn to the people in my life who are always there for me. One of the greatest parts of my Bryant experience is the amount of amazing people that have come into my life. I never knew that I would meet this many people during my college experience and to feel as if I have known them my entire life. But it has happened to me and I am forever grateful for every single of them.
In order to get through this overwhelming period of life you have to find your people. The easiest way for me to do this was getting involved on campus. That is truly how I ran into the people who have impacted me today. In the end being overwhelmed is worth it.