Myth Busters
What's the Opposite?
PLEASE-Coping
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100

There is a right way to feel in every situation

100

You're afraid that you will say something stupid in front of others

Make conversations with other people

100

A

Avoid mood-altering substances

100

How can you put more positive experiences in your life?

100

Saying no to a request is a selfish thing to do

200

Painful emotions are not important and should be ignored

200

You're envious that a coworker got a promotion but you didn't

Make a gratitude list
200

S

Balance sleep

200

Give 3 examples of how to validate others

200

What does the STOP skill stand for, and when would it be most helpful?

Stop, Take a step back, Observe the situation, Proceed mindfully; when you want to act impulsively on crisis urges

300

Emotions can happen for no reason

300

You're angry at your roommate because they did not wash their dishes last night. Again.

Take a time out then talk to them when you are in wise mind.

300

E

Balance eating/Get exercise

300

Explain wise mind, emotion mind, and rational mind

300

What does DEARMAN stand for, and give an example that applies DEARMAN

Describe, Express, Assert, Reinforce, (be) Mindful, Appear (confident), Negotiate
400

Other people are the best judge of how I feel

400

You watch something on TV that makes you sad

Engage in a pleasant event

400

P

treat physical illness

400
Name 3 mindfulness techniques
400

How do emotions organize and motivate action?

Emotion can motivate your behavior without you having to take the time to think. Emotions can also help us overcome obstacles in our environment.


500

Emotions Communicate to and Influence Others

500

You feel ashamed of your depressive symptoms

Share your feelings with trusted friends

500

Why is reducing vulnerability important?

we are more likely to be vulnerable to negative emotions, to experience or see the negative than the positive, less able to handle situations and interactions with our wise mind

500

Give examples of how to be mindful of others

Go with the flow; stop multitasking; be open to new information about others; replace judgmental words with descriptive words; avoid questioning others' motives

500

How can emotions be self-validating?

Emotions can give us information about a situation or event. They can signal to us that something is going on (gut feeling).

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