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UMass Is Using Care Bears to De-Stress Adult Students

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Stress of having to take actual responsibility for your own life got you down? Burdened by the overwhelming pressure of having to attend four classes while working a part-time job outside the comfort of your parents’ house?

Here’s a real, factually accurate sentence written in 2017 America that’s just for you: the University of Massachusetts-Amherst is using Care Bears to help stressed-out, adult college students.  

Brad Polumbo, a student at Mass, tweeted a photo of a display decorated with Care Bears posted in one of the university's dorms, theoretically to help fully grown adults who apparently can’t remember how to tie their own shoes.

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“Get plenty of sleep!” reminds one Care Bear.

“Make time for FUN!” says another.

Through the use of cuddly stuffed animal cartoons originally designed to placate overtired four-year-olds, UMass also reminds students to “surround yourself with supportive people” and “reminders of what you love,” and to “promote a healthy and nutritious diet.”

In a clear and inexcusable oversight, the UMass display omits reminders to always wash behind your ears, share your toys with the other kids in the sandbox, and, if you get a boo-boo, have your mommy kiss it and make it all better.

Perhaps most insulting is that the display was erected in Birch Hall, a dorm building for students at the school's Honors College, according to Campus Reform.

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