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Practicing Self-Care Presentation

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Emily Olson

on 22 February 2013

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Practicing Self-Care The Three W's; What, Why, When? Components of Self-Care Formulating Goals Formulating Objectives Tracking Your Progress Be Engaged, Stay Active Diet and Nutrition Sleep and Time Management Stress Management What Stresses You Out? Mindfulness Why Self-Care? What is Self-Care? School
Having a Job
Internship
Extracurricular Activities
Relationships
Family
Friends
Finances
The Future
Trying Something New
Loss
What else?

“Mindfulness is simply being aware of what is happening right now without wishing it were different; enjoying the pleasant without holding on when it changes (which it will); being with the unpleasant without fearing it will always be this way (which it won’t).”- James Baraz
"Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional.”
- Tom Wargo
1) Be concise
2) Use "I" statements (i.e. "I will ____")
3) Be as specific as possible (i.e. "I will ___ on ___ at ___.") Stress Anxiety Overwhelmed Burnout Compassion Fatigue: Absorbing the emotional pain when constantly working with people exposed to trauma. Also known as Secondary Traumatic Stress [STS] or Vicarious Trauma [VT].

This can result in feelings of being overwhelmed, helpless, hopeless, and can alter feelings
and beliefs about the world and self-worth. Aromatherapy Lavender is used to treat insomnia,
migraines, and help with
stress relief. Rosemary is used to help relieve various muscle pains and to lower blood pressure. Lemon, grapefruit, and lime can be used as a mental stimulant, and help depression. Spearmint is used to help digestion, ease nausea, and prevent vomiting. What to Do: Go to bed at the same time each night
Shut off all electronic devices 30 minutes before sleep
Have a wind-down routine
Get as much light as possible when waking up
Have a wake up routine What Not to Do: Drink coffee or alcohol 2-3 hours before bed
Exercise before bed
Eat sugary or spicy foods
Use electronic devices in bed
Do homework in bed Don't be like the white rabbit! Keep your phone on vibrate/silent when doing work Find someplace quiet and comfortable Stay away from social media sites Set reminders Keep a planner When To Practice
Self-Care 1) Be realistic to your own schedule
2) Start small and work your way up
3) Think consistency
4) Prioritize
5) Can be short-term and long-term Keep a Record Make Checklists Recognize Achievements What works? What doesn't? Why? Emily Olson
BACCHUS Network Presentation
March 9, 2013
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