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Make 2017 the year you push all those worres aside. Take our challenge and try a new method to calm your nerves every day for 21 days. By the end, think about which activities and exercises most effectively helped you to harness your anxiety.

Recovery is not a race, you don’t have to feel guilty if it takes you longer that you thought it would.

I'm eating so much food at the moment it's a struggle to remember this applies to me. Bulimia is an illness just like any other and it's taking me much, much longer to recover than I thought.

"Managing unwanted moods can be challenging when you have a mental illness, but it can be done. Learn 3 ways to manage your mood at HealthyPlace." www.HealthyPlace

Managing unwanted moods can be challenging when you have a mental illness, but it can be done. Learn 3 ways to manage your mood at HealthyPlace

This step-by-step mediation process provides students with a consistent and fair framework to help them resolve conflicts. It is helpful for students to already be familiar with I-messages, coping skills, and assertive communication to fully benefit from the problem-solving process. The provided resources are intended for small group counseling but can be easily used by classroom teachers to set up a “Peace Point” in their classroom to help students with conflict resolution. Social Emotional…

This step-by-step mediation process provides students with a consistent and fair framework to help them resolve conflicts. It is helpful for students to already be familiar with I-messages, coping skills, and assertive communication to fully benefit from

Star breathing an essential Coping (life) Skills for everything from feeling nervous about a job interview or presentation to severe anxiety, panic, PTSD. Ways to calm my mind.

Star breathing an essential Coping (life) Skills for everything from feeling nervous about a job interview or presentation to severe anxiety, panic, PTSD.

This "Worry Tree" is a poster I would love to hang in my classroom. It is a resource I think students could refer to, when needed, to help them regulate their emotions and deal with their "problems" in an effective way. Eventually, they will be able to follow this process on their own, and develop their emotional competence - which is an important skill that underlies positive mental health (Reinke et al., 2011).

I found this great way to help children deal with their worry on Edutopia. This worry tree is a great way to help children deal with mental health issues!