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Source: The Anxiety Workbook for Teens by Lisa M, SCHAB, LCSW

Activity 41

By working through these exercises, you may have learned a number of ways to successfully manage your feelings of anxiety. While it does not mean that you will never experience anxiety again, it does not mean that you have gained valuable coping skills to help you move through your life more peacefully.

3 years 2 months ago

Source: The Anxiety Workbook for Teens by Lisa M, SCHAB, LCSW

 

Activity 40

Sometimes it is hard to keep from feeling anxious when people you know or love are feeling anxious. But taking on other people’s problems only raises your own anxiety even higher and makes you more vulnerable to becoming overwhelmed.

 

3 years 3 months ago

Source: The Anxiety Workbook for Teens by Lisa M, SCHAB, LCSW

Activity 38

3 years 3 months ago

Source: The Anxiety Workbook for Teens by Lisa M, SCHAB, LCSW

Activity 37

When people feel angry, they carry their anger with them until it is expressed directly, indirectly, verbally or physically. When anger is expressed, it dissipates. Anger that is not recognized or expressed doesn’t just disappear; it is still carried in your body and emotions and may appear later as a feeling of anxiety. Exploring your experiences with anger may help you to relieve anxiety.

3 years 3 months ago

Source: The Anxiety Workbook for Teens by Lisa M, SCHAB, LCSW

Activity 36

Not having enough time to do things and always being late are habits that can raise your anxiety level. When you can learn to manage your time approximately, it is easier to stay peaceful.

Below are the following four steps for time management:

Step 1: Scheduling

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I felt comfortable

I felt comfortable. It is good to know about our body parts and touches. Now that we know, we can be alert and approach our trusted ones.

I did find it very helpful. It was comfortable, good, I understood it fully. It was beneficial.

It was very beneficial. We understood about good and bad touch and that whenever we experience bad touch we should never keep it a "secret", but tell our elders whom we trust.

 

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