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Balancing Life: Academics, Family, Work, and Life

Balancing Life: Academics, Family, Work, and Life

In the second video of "The Graduate Advantage: Navigating Academics & Life" series, Josh Krieg discusses the importance of maintaining balance in various aspects of life for graduate students. Krieg, a licensed professional counselor and Director of Counseling Services at Cedarville University, emphasizes the significance of being fully engaged in the present moment and challenges the secular notion of balance aimed at feeling best in the moment. He advocates for a holistic approach to balance that encompasses spiritual, mental, emotional, and social well-being. Krieg uses personal anecdotes and professional experiences to illustrate how past beliefs and experiences shape our current perception and actions, stressing the necessity of addressing these underlying beliefs to achieve true balance. Practical advice is given on managing physical, cognitive, emotional, and relational health, with a strong focus on spiritual well-being as a foundational element.

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The Graduate School at Cedarville University is pleased to offer residential and online graduate degree programs and certificates in athletic training, business, innovation, leadership, ministry, nursing, pharmacy, and worship.

With a biblical worldview in every program, accelerated and flexible completion options, and affordable tuition with available financial aid, The Graduate School at Cedarville University is equipping Christian professionals for career success and ministry impact.

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