To succeed at Stanford and beyond, it is important to optimize both physical and mental health through healthy lifestyle choices and habits. The A3C iLive series aims to dispel misconceptions, increase awareness, and encourage dialogue about health and well-being topics relevant to Asian Americans, as well as to introduce students to resources on campus. The Asian American Activities Center is a University Department under the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs. For more information visit

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Do you feel like your relationships at Stanford aren't as close or as deep as those you've had in the past?

Are you struggling to balance time with a significant other, family, friends, and school?

Does it seem like you can't share everything about yourself with the friends you've made in college?

Friendships, Relationships, and Intimacy

The Social transition -- making new friends, living in close proximity with relative strangers -- is one of the hardest adjustments in college. Even after one quarter together, the new relationships and friendships we make aren't usually as intimate as friendships we've had since high school and childhood. Come to the first iLive of the quarter to learn from professional staff about how to maintain and develop closer friendships and how to handle common relationship problems.

Featuring: Dr. Alejandro Martinez, Ph.D., Senior Associate Director for Consultation and Liaison, Counseling and Pyschological Services

Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Time: 5:30 – 6:30 pm (Dinner provided)
Where: Asian American Activities Center Couchroom (located on the 2nd floor of Old Union Clubhouse)

Please RSVP by 11:59 pm Sunday, April 5, 2015

Questions? Contact iLive Coordinator, Linda Xiong at


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