Anxiety
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100

True or False

Anxiety is all in our head.

False

Other factors such as traumatic events and brain chemistry can play a factor in Anxiety.

100

Helping yourself feel centered and balanced no matter what is going on around you.

What is being grounded?

100

This is a professional you can talk to.

What is a counselor or therapist? (Answers may vary)

100

This is a personal boundry that I want others to honor.

Answers with vary.

100

Show something you can do with your physical body to calm down.

Answers will vary.

200

Physical reactions to stressful situations.

What are increased heart rate, faster/shorter breaths, sweaty hands, upset stomach? (Additional answer may vary)

200

Focusing awareness on the present moment while calmly acknowledging and accepting your feelings, thoughts, and body sensations. 

What is mindfulness?

200

This is the typical emotion associated with depression.

What is sadness?

200

This is how I remind others of my healthy boundries when they brake them.

Answers will vary

200

Share an activity you do to calm down.

Answers will vary. 

300

This is where we feel anxiety and worry. 

Where is the stomach, chest, hands, head, etc (Answers can vary)

300
The quality of being thankful and ready to show appreciation. 

What is gratitude?


300

You may always feel like you didn't get enough of this.

What is sleep?

300

This is why we set healthy boundaries.

What is keeping ourself and others safe? What is showing respect to ourself and others? (Any variation of these answers)

300

Demonstrate your favorite breathing exercise.

Answers will vary.

400

True or False

A person who experiences panic attacks occasionally MUST have a panic disorder.

False

Panic attacks are symptoms of some panic disorders, however, OCCASIONAL panic attacks do NOT signify panic disorders.

400

Imagining a nice relaxing scene to help you feel less anxious.

What is visualization?

400

Difficulty seeing the end of the "tunnel".

What is hopelessness?

400

These are two things that can happen if we hide our emotions.

What are...(any two of these)

We take care of others at our own expense? We retreat from friends and family? We stay busy all the time? We don't have to admit to ourself or others that we might not be FINE? We develop new anxieties? We hide behind humor? We use false positivity? We feel we need to control everything? We attract bad relationships? We have a tough exterior (put on the mask)? We lose the ability to feel true positive emotions?

400

Demonstrate the 5 senses grounding method.

I see...

I feel...

I hear...

I taste...

I smell...

500

These are OUTSIDE factors that can contribute to anxiety.

What are school, relationships, work, etc.? (Answers may vary)

500

Saying "You can handle this." is an example of this.

What is Possitive Self-Talk? (or a variation of possitive self-talk)

500

This may be low if you can not recognize your positive traits. 

What is self-esteem or self-image?

500

These are two ways we hide our emotions.

What is....(any two of the answers below)

We don't give our opinion? We avoid eye contact? We slouch or hunch over? We wait for others to initiate? We don't share personal information? We choose not to go to social events? We tell ourself stories about others so we don't end up liking them? We don't tell the truth to ourself?


500

Demonstrate the ABC grounding with the letters of your name.

Answers will vary

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