The following information document/article is from NHS Choices and discusses how we can combat our day-to-day stress, anxiety and depression.
This article may help you to develop a ‘Coping Strategy’ for dealing with your mental health issues hat you can keep and refer to at all times. When things start to get tougher or fear/panic is setting in you can read your coping strategy and hopefully help to stop/reduce the effects of it.
Coping strategies are also good for friends, family & those who care for you so when/if you need assistance they can look at it to see what they need to do to help you keep to your coping strategy. I find them reassuring and very helpful :-
Q. How do you currently cope with your common life difficulties & mental health issues?
Before the discussion starts, the article begins with a section where you can listen to – Moodzone: Practical problem solving
Session 1 – E4SP Easy 4 step plan
This is fanstastic at teaching us how to take things one step at a time, little by little.
- Confidence building if you wish to make changes to how your things affect your day-to-day life through looking into tackling common life difficulties.
- Gives a step by step process that will help you to make your E4SP (coping strategy).
Very useful #mentalhealth #stress #anxiety #depression
Read the article via:
Ten ways to fight your fears – Stress, anxiety and depression – NHS Choices.
Wishing you all wellness 🙂
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