Healthy Coping Skills
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Name 3 healthy coping skills.

- Read a Book

- Writing/Drawing/Painting

- Listening to Music

- Spending Time with Friends/Family

- Go for a Walk

- Deep Breathing

- Meditation

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Name one example of an unhealthy coping skill.

- Avoiding Help

- Fighting

- Yelling at others

- Harming others or yourself

100

Which of the following is a benefit of using healthy coping skills?

A.) they reduce stress

B.) they allow us to create better relationships

C.) they allow us to have a healthy mind and body

D.) all of the above

D.) all of the above

100

True or False: 

Talking to others about problems in our lives is a healthy coping skill?

TRUE!

Talking to others allows us to share our emotions and problems so that we do not have to go through them alone.

100

How do you make seven an even number?

Take out the "S" in the word seven.

100

Tell a story about a time when you saw someone else get upset and not use coping skills.

Your story.

200

Which of the coping skills below are unhealthy?

- Getting Fresh Air

- Talking to a Trusted Friend/Adult

- Destroying Property

- Hair pulling and eating it

- Exercising

- Playing Sports

- Taking Feelings Out on Others

- Yelling at someone you don't like

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Name two unhealthy coping skills.

- indulging in preferred activity

- Sleeping too Much

- Eating too Much

- Avoiding the Problem

- Denial of the problem or MINIMIZING the issue

200

What are some benefits that you have experienced from using healthy coping skills?

- Feeling more relaxed

- Having a clear mind to help solve your problems

- Creating healthy relationships with others

- Being able to think about your response to a situation


200

True or False:

Every coping skill is healthy?

FALSE!

Some ways that we learn to cope are not healthy for us! (ex: eating too much, running from problems, etc.)

200

Why are ghosts bad liars?

Because you can see right through them!

200

What happens to your body when you are mad?

Body/face get hot, you feel dizzy and overheated. 

300

Healthy coping skills help us:

A.) Deal with stressors in our lives

B.) Work through our emotions and problems

C.) Process our thoughts and emotions

D.) All of the above

D.) All of the above

Using healthy coping skills allow us to take a minute and process what is happening with our emotions, stressors, thoughts, and problems.

300

How can unhealthy coping skills negatively affect our lives?

Unhealthy Coping Skill: Hurt Ourselves, Hurt Others, Creates Problems, Lost Friendships

300

Exercise is a great coping skill that is good for your mind, body, and ____ .

Heart.

Exercise helps you stay healthy mentally, physically, and emotionally.

300

True or False:

Coping skills are used to avoid problems in our lives?

FALSE!

Coping skills help us work through our problems and emotions. You do not want to avoid these! Avoiding is considered an unhealthy coping skill.

300

How do you make fruit punch?

Give it a boxing lesson.

300

Why does school have rules?

To keep everyone safe and improve education .


400

Describe mindfulness. Is it a coping skill?

Mindfulness is when you center yourself in the present moment. It can be done through meditation, relaxation exercises, or just simply slowing down and taking notice of things that are currently around you. 

Yes, it is a coping skill!

400

John has a lot of stress from school. When he gets home, he gets easily agitated with his younger brother who asks him "what is wrong." He gets so anxious, in fact, from this incessant question that he yells at his brother to get his frustration out. 

Is this a healthy coping skill and why or why not?

No! 

Talking with someone is a great coping skill. However, yelling is unhealthy and it may cause issues in our relationships.

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What coping skills can be used to reduce stress? 

- meditation

- talking with someone

- breathing exercises

- exercise

- mindfulness

- yoga

400

True or False:

Coping skills help you focus on the important things in your life?

TRUE!

When we can cope with problems in our lives, it is easier to focus on everything else that is important to us!

400

What do you call two witches that live together?

Broommates!

400

Tell a story about when you used your coping skills and what happened after you used them. 

Your story.

500

Name three things that you can journal about.

- Your Feelings (sad, happy, mad, motivated, etc.)

- Thoughts

- Favorite Activities 

- Goals 

- Future Events


500

Charlene gets in to a fight with her mom. She decides to leave the situation and go for a walk. Is this a healthy coping skill?

Yes! 

Going on a walk and leaving the situation is a great way to reduce stress and calm down. 

500

What do coping skills help us with?

Coping skills help us work through and process our emotions so that we can reduce the effect that stressors have on our lives.

500

True or False:

Coping skills are not important to your well-being?

FALSE! 

Coping skills create a sense of calmness, confidence, and inner-peace. They are important for your overall health.

500

What do you call a wizard from outer space that can fly?

A flying sorcerer!

500

Tell a story where you did not use your coping skills and explain what you could have done differently.

Your story.

600

What happens when we do not use our coping skills?

Your answer.

600

Why do we turn to the easiest way out? 

If we don't practice or learn coping skills, we may react without thinking.

600

What is something that you do that is a benefit to your life?

Your answer.

600

True or False:

Adults don't need to use coping skills?

FALSE!

Coping skills are needed no matter how old someone is! They must be learned!

600

DOUBLE POINTS

What is the difference between healthy and unhealthy coping skills?

Unhealthy- there typically is a negative consequence like getting in trouble 

Healthy- helps you focus on the moment and work through whatever is upsetting you 

600

If you could change one thing about your school, it would be..

Your choice.

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