First Step


Stress, depression, and feeling overwhelmed can happen to all of us. Did you know it helps our mental and physical health if we address it sooner rather than later?

Here are some tips to help you plan to take care of yourself:





 

My Body

I'm feeling: tired, no energy, crummy, hungry, lazy.

When we struggle to take care of our bodies, often we feel off. This is a great place to start when you feel like there's too much going on to handle.

Here are some examples on what you can do to take care of your body that you can put into your plan.

 





‚ÄčMy Mind 

I'm feeling: panic, sadness, hopelessness, negativity, frustration, anger.

When you're really stressed, it's important to relax your mind, and it's really hard to do in the heat of the moment. Here's what you can do to take care of your mind and put into your plan:

 





 

 

My Social Life

 I'm feeling: isolated, lonely, disconnected, left out, being a loner, anti-social.

We all feel better when we're around other people. That's why the last step in your plan is to connect with others or reach out for more help. You are not alone and there are people who can help. Here's what you can do to take care of yourself socially when feeling alone: