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Balance Life Roles & Stress

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Holly Green Nielsen

on 28 August 2013

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Transcript of Balance Life Roles & Stress

Is Stress always
BAD?
No.
In fact, a little bit of stress is good. Most of us couldn't push ourselves to do well at things--sports, music, dance,
work, school--without feeling the pressure of wanting to do well.

Without the stress caused by a deadline, most of us also wouldn't be able to finish projects or get to work or school on time.
What is STRESS?
Stress is what you feel when you react to pressure, either from the outside world (school, work, after-school activities, family, friends,etc.

It can also be from inside yourself (wanting to do well in school, or wanting to fit in).
Is Stress normal?
BALANCE
STRESS
LIFE ROLES
What is a life role?
How many ROLES do you have?
Student
Friend
Daughter/Son
Brother/Sister
Teammate
Religious Roles
Community Roles
FIGHT STRESS BY:
A Life Role is:

...a part you play in life!
YES!
Stress is caused by your body's instinct to protect itself from emotional or physical pressure or, in extreme situations, from danger.
If stress is so normal, why do I feel so bad?
With all the things that happen at your age, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Things that you can't control are often the most frustrating. (Maybe your parents are fighting, or your social life is a mess).
You can also feel bad when you put pressure on yourself--like pressure to get good grades or to do well on your sports team.
You may even get so upset that things don't seem fun anymore and life looks pretty grim. When this happens, it's easy to think there's nothing you can do to change things....
BUT YOU CAN!
A common reaction to stress is to criticize yourself.
Feeling depressed, edgy, guilty, tired, Having headaches, stomachaches, trouble sleeping, laughing or crying for no reason, Blaming other people for bad things that happen to you, only seeing the down side of a situation, Feeling like things that you used to enjoy aren't fun or are a burden, resenting other people or your responsibilities.
Eating well-balanced meals on a regular basis
Drinking less caffeine
Getting enough sleep
Exercising on a regular basis
Talking with others
Asking for help
SIGNS YOU ARE STRESSED OUT!
How do you balance
all your Life Roles?
Set goals
Organize your Time
Make a List
Use a Planner
Ask for help
Practice creates habits!

IF YOU ARE OVERWHELMED,
YOU MAY FEEL LIKE THIS......



DONT PANIC!
ARE YOU USING YOUR PLANNER???
This a tool to help you. It should be used daily in each class. Use it for weekly reminders. Use it to look ahead… a whole month...Practice! Build a good habit
Keep Balance in your life!
Be thinking how you can do this....it is different for everyone.
What is
TEAMWORK?
Skills for teamwork:

Listening
Questioning
Persuading
Respecting
Helping
Sharing
Participating


Get into groups of 4
Create a team name-
(Use at least 1 letter from each persons name)
Create a T-Shirt for your team that shows your team's personality.
(Make sure it includes your team name!)
Use all the colors given to you.
TEAM PROJECT
LETS TALK ABOUT IT!
1. HOW DID YOU COME UP WITH YOUR NAME?

2. EXPLAIN WHAT YOUR T-SHIRT REPRESENTS

3. HOW DID YOU HELP EACH OTHER?

4. HOW DID YOU USE TEAMWORK SKILLS?


5. WHAT WOULD YOU DO DIFFERENTLY NEXT TIME?
(LISTENING, QUESTIONING, PERSUADING, RESPECTING, HELPING, SHARING, PARTICIPATING)
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