Definitions
Mindfulness Techniques
Resources
Stress
Self-Care Activities
100

Mental, emotional, or physical strain or tension.

What is Stress?

100

-Take good care of yourself

-Prepare for anticipated/unanticipated changes

-Build safety zones

-See the long-term perspective

-Be flexible

What are Examples of Coping Stategies?

100

An adult in an position to educate others.

What is a Teacher?
100

People who don't endure stress.

Who is Nobody?

100

Running, jumping, swimming, playing sports, lifting weights, ect.

What is exercise?

200

A state of intense apprehension or worry often accompanied by physical symptoms such as shaking, intense feelings in the gut, etc, common in mental illness or after a very distressing experience.

What is Anxiety?

200

5 things you can see,

4 things you can touch,

3 things you can hear,

2 things you can smell,

1 thing you can taste.

What is the Anxiety Grounding Technique?

200

Books that assist someone in completing a task.

What are Self-Help Books?

200

-Customary, anticipated life events

-Unexpected life events

-Progressive accumulating events

-Personal trait stress

What are the four major sources of stress?

200

Activity where one peruses material for entertainment.

What is Reading?

300

A feeling of great annoyance or antagonism as the result of some real or supposed grievance; rage; wrath.

What is Anger?

300

A technique where an individual seeks to achieve a relaxed state by reflecting or engaging in quiet contemplation.

What is meditation?

300

Peer group from school, religious, or other circumstances with whom you associate and choose to spend your time.

What are Friends?

300

-Irritability and general distrust of others' intentions

-Lack of energy--physical and/or emotional

-Feelings of isolation and lack of personal support

-Urge to get out of present school/work situation

-Attempts to feel good about self by focusing on 'how much' you do

What are symptoms of burnout?

300

Documenting feelings or the days events.

What is Journaling?

400

The act of attending to one’s physical or mental health, generally without medical or other professional consultation.

What is Self-Care?

400

Focus on each body part while taking deep, slow breaths then releasing them: feet, ankles, calves, shins, knees, thighs, hips, belly, arms, and throat. Notice what’s happening as you move your attention along your body.

What is the Body Scan Technique?
400

Meeting with a trained individual with the purpose of speaking openly about your life and solving your problems.

What is Therapy?

400

-Start on Situation

-Start on Self

-Search Out Support

What are SOS Strategies for Stress?

400

Taking time to put things in their rightful places.

What is Organizing/Cleaning?
500

A technique in which one focuses one's full attention only on the present, experiencing thoughts, feelings, and sensations but not judging them.

What is Mindfulness?

500

Alter it,

Avoid it,

Accept it by:

-building resistance or

-changing perception

What are the AAAbc's of Stress?

500

Adults within your household that provide for your well-being, and other people in your home with whom you share a bond, usually biologically.

What are Parents/Guardians and Siblings/Family?

500

Appetite change, headaches, anxiety, depression, emptiness, loss of direction, forgetfulness, low productivity, loneliness, fewer contacts with friends.

What are Stress Exhaustion Symptoms?

500

Expressing yourself in a medium you feel comfortable with.

What is art? (For example, painting, drawing, pottery, ect.)

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