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  • Time Management and Setting Priorities | mindyourmind.ca
    the time remaining Figure out when you work best Is the day wasted if you don t complete work by noon or are you a night owl Prepare for success Have everything you need on hand so you re not taking short breaks to fetch items If you listen to music while you work figure out what kinds helps you concentrate and which ones distracts you Rank the things you have to do If cleaning is your most important goal do it first Move down the list in order Take a time management course There s no shame in needing some outside help from a coach Use POSEC Prioritize goals organize daily tasks streamline tasks cut non essentials and contribute overall Plan ahead but be realistic If you never end up studying when you plan to work up to that goal with short sessions Break huge tasks into small ones Don t plan to study everything for your exam study by topic chapter or class Admit when you have too much going on and decide what you can give up It s not easy but it s essential Turning off your phone and the Internet can limit your distractions If you can work without them try to Get a do not disturb sign Plan for breaks and if people have things to discuss with you have them come back then Take five minute guilt free breaks every hour Time them and try not to think about whatever you were doing Make a distinction between wasted time and time you need to de stress Admit when you re procrastinating Try out a tool like Rescue Time it will monitor what you spend time on the computer doing and give it a point value Check out this great guide by the University

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/wellness/time-management-and-setting-priorities (2015-12-28)
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  • Taking Joy in the Simple Things | mindyourmind.ca
    truly random thought embrace your mind s ability to create so fantastically and quickly Take the scenic route Life is about more than getting from point A to B in the shortest time Don t wait until New Year s to write your resolutions Want to change something in your life Do it today Give a friend or family member a real hug No quick half holds take your time and show them you care Close your eyes for a minute and just feel your heart beat There is nothing more real or honest in the world Buy a notebook and just write Enjoy making the first mark in a beautiful book and try not to over think it Lots to do but need a break Take your work with you to a cafe with Wi Fi and enjoy a treat while you work Find somewhere to volunteer your time rather than your money choose to spend your time with people who need it Keep an eye on VIA Rail Greyhound or another means of travel Look for a cheap deal and take an impulsive trip Feel like you need to cry Go ahead Sometimes we just need to let the pain out Relax and let yourself feel Write a positive message on a post it and leave it for someone to find Imagine how it could brighten someone s day Get home from a cold walk outside Jump into a warm shower and feel the cold melt away Carry your camera with you everywhere Share your pictures with those you love and the world if you want Give yourself permission to be happy Finding the joy is easier when you let yourself believe it is possible Stay snuggled in your bed for an extra minute Enjoy the warm comfort

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  • How to Navigate the System | mindyourmind.ca
    Contact ConnexOntario They answer questions and can set you up with great local supports with one call Some employers provide Employee Assistance Plans that offer free short term counselling Use it Volunteer with a mental health organization Besides helping out others you might meet the contacts you need Write a safety contract with a friend to help you while you wait for services Tell them what they can do to help Find people online in chats blogs and forums to talk to Just knowing you re not alone can be a huge comfort Consider some simple ways to lighten your emotional burdens cut down on things that make you unhappy Look into Residential Treatment Facility the wait might be a year or more so get on the wait list ASAP Call Kids Help Phone if you need to talk Don t let the name fool you they offer service to anyone under 20 Reach out to a friend or family member If one has been negative keep trying You ll find an ally who will help Check out local workshops and groups to share your story with others The library is always a great start If you find yourself hospitalized speak to an onsite lawyer for patients rights to protect yourself and your rights Understand that everyone has their own way up the mountain Find out what is healthy and sustainable for you Write a crisis plan to ensure you are taken care of properly Be clear about what is acceptable and what isn t Hate your job Want new supportive friends Consider how you can change this make long or short term goals If you don t think you ve received a correct diagnosis Trust your instincts and get a 2nd or 3rd opinion Seek out peer to peer

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  • Falling in Love with Yourself | mindyourmind.ca
    battle Take some time to be thankful for what you have Chances are you re better off than most Pick up some poetry Not every kind will appeal to you but the one that speaks to you can be life affirming Pamper yourself Got some extra cash Get a massage Tight on cash Take a relaxing bath at home Find some foods that you love to eat and make you feel good Cut out things that make you feel bad after eating Stop worrying about everything instead look for a way to solve them Alternatively accept things you can t change Learn to forgive yourself Everyone makes mistakes sometimes Forgive yourself as you forgive others Give yourself an honest compliment and accept it Try to see the good that others see in you Identify your strengths and abilities Once you know think of what makes each one valuable Write yourself a love letter Pretend you are someone else and be honest about all your positive attributes Love your body Consider what each part is capable of Be proud of your callouses scars and stretch marks Live in the moment Savour your current accomplishments rather than stressing about next steps Do something you ve been putting off because no one will go with you and take yourself on a date Don t lie to yourself Be honest about what you re bad at and and work to change yourself for the better Find a new way to grow spiritually however that manifests for you Get in touch with what matters Take time to see the hidden beauty in each moment Stop tweeting and take time to sniff the flowers Focus on your inner beauty For everything you don t like about yourself counter it with something great Indulge yourself and do

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  • Agoraphobia | mindyourmind.ca
    make small steps to start It might mean choosing to inform themselves by reading a book about their condition starting a journal to express and sort through their thoughts feelings or actions choosing a healthy activity to cope or make them happy or ultimately seeking professional help Trying to rescue someone can be unhealthy or even harmful to both people involved Rescuing means over helping and can actually take away from another person s self determination It is not helpful and can create a dependency rather than a healthy relationship or a healthy way of dealing with mental illness Your needs are important too It can become easy to neglect your own needs while helping someone to deal with mental health issues You might even feel guilty for focusing on your own needs thinking that your friend or family member is in a worse spot than you are Or perhaps they are even making you feel guilty for it This is why it is important to understand your own boundaries what helping means to you what you are comfortable doing to help how much time you are comfortable devoting to your friend and what your own limits are Remember that if you are feeling overwhelmed you can reach out and talk to someone like a friend family member or a professional Even if your friend refuses to get help you can still get support for yourself while being there for them You made the call what s next So you made the good decision to get yourself some help You made your phone calls Now you re wondering what it ll be like when you finally see someone You ve taken a great step so far Hang in there This can be scary if you don t know what to expect but you can take more control of your well being by approaching your treatment well No matter what kind of professional you end up seeing there are many tips on navigating the mental health care system What should I expect in the first therapy session The first appointment is for your counsellor therapist to get as much information as possible but also to help you get comfortable Your first visit will be different from future visits Remember that you might feel better the next time you go Your therapist will ask you why you came to therapy concerns you have symptoms you are experiencing etc Just answer honestly and feel free to ask some questions yourself In order to prepare yourself for your first counselling session you might think about the questions in the sample intake form even jot a few notes to bring along Remember this is only a sample form but it can get you started to wrap your head around the questions and words that matter in your story You may also be asked to fill out questionnaires in order to help assess your situation Before you leave you might want to ask your mental health professional what they think the problem may be and what they would do to help you You could also ask them who they will be sharing your info with It may take time to trust the therapist Don t feel rushed to open up but let it happen at its own pace Remember though that openness and honesty about your thoughts feelings and experiences will help the therapist understand your needs goals and how to achieve these The first session does not commit you to working with that particular therapist It is important to have a good fit with your therapist for successful therapy The first session will help you decide if the therapist s approach and personality will work for you If you don t feel comfortable it may be best to try someone else Remember you may not like the first person you meet but that doesn t mean it s a lost cause Eventually you ll meet someone you can work with Just keep trying What happens during all those sessions Mostly you talk and they listen As you talk and get heard things become clearer and options emerge After your first session you and your counsellor therapist will likely enter into a pattern Each professional has a different way of working which may include a check in How are you Or How have you been since we were last here the main part of the session where you choose to work on something specific you brought in or that came up at check in closing where you prepare to leave the session and resume the rest of your life At any point feel free to bring questions or thoughts you ve had in between sessions Remember this is a partnership towards your well being so any and all questions you ask are important What if I really hate it What if I don t want to go This happens to everyone and is sometimes part of the process If you think about it counselling and therapy are hard work It s hard to look at your life and decisions and hard to sit still with thoughts or ideas that you may not want to have Change is also hard work and it s human to want to avoid it When thoughts of skipping your session or ditching counselling come up check in with your counsellor Tell them what you re feeling even down to your not wanting to go You will find that again and again this is a conversation worth having How can my family doctor help If you are not in crisis a good first step to accessing mental health help is by visiting your family doctor After all you already have a relationship with this person and you have discussed your health with them in the past Talking with your doctor can help to clarify your options It can also point out or rule out any physical causes for mental health issues Your

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  • Anxiety | mindyourmind.ca
    but if an individual is prone to excessive anxiety and stress he or she is more likely to be vulnerable to panic attacks and phobias People with phobias experience feelings of intense panic when confronted by whatever it is that frightens them and go to considerable lengths to avoid the object or situation An individual with a phobia may experience the physical feelings of panic when confronted with the feared situation Types of phobias are Agoraphobia Agoraphobia is fear of fear itself Individuals develop agoraphobia out of the fear of a panic attack occurring in any situation where help is unavailable or escape difficult People with agoraphobia associate places or feelings as the cause of their panic attacks so they try to avoid the place and or situation that they think is the cause People with agoraphobia become highly dependent This can be exhausting and frustrating for family members and friends People with agoraphobia may confine themselves to their homes become very worried about their health abuse alcohol or become suicidal The rate of attempted suicide for people with agoraphobia is about 20 Agoraphobia and depression are closely related Social Phobia People with social phobias have had life experiences that render them hypersensitive to criticism and rejection They have difficulty starting a conversation asking questions making friends or joining groups The anxiety produced by a social phobia can be so intense that it provokes blushing stammering sweating stomach upsets a racing heart trembling limbs or trigger a full scale panic attack Social phobias are one of the most common psychiatric disorders which may be associated with other conditions like depression specific phobias fear of spiders heights water etc and agoraphobia Specific Phobia People with a specific phobia experience anxiety only when confronted with the thing they most fear Common fears are thunderstorms heights and certain animals like snakes and spiders Of all the anxiety disorders specific phobias are the most responsive to therapy What is panic disorder On average 1 out of 3 young adults reports having had a panic attack in the last year During a panic attack sensations such as sweating nausea trembling and numbness in the legs or hands dizziness hot or cold flashes a feeling of tightness or pressure in the chest hyperventilation jelly legs or blurred vision can develop Individuals may even feel like they are going to die of a heart attack or lose control of their body functions These intense feelings of panic usually do not last for very long and most people brush off the episode as a momentary freak out Some people become very agitated however and develop a fear of it happening again If an individual has more than four panic attacks within a month or a panic attack occurs when the individual is not in an anxious or stressful situation it is probable that the individual has a panic disorder Individuals who are susceptible to panic attacks are more likely to be concerned with illness death or losing control

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  • Bipolar Disorder | mindyourmind.ca
    the point of grandiose delusions including beliefs such as having a special connection with God the individual may think that nothing not even the laws of gravity can prevent the accomplishment of a goal the person may think it possible to step off a building or out of a moving car without being hurt hallucinations may occur excessive plans or participation in numerous activities the individual fails to recognize that there is not enough time in the day to complete all his or her tasks mania can result in reckless driving spending sprees increased intake of alcohol or other drugs foolish business investments or sexual behavior unusual for the person flight of ideas thoughts race uncontrollably and words spill out in a non stop rush ideas change abruptly from topic to topic in a severe manic episode loud rapid speech becomes difficult to interpret because thoughts are so disorganized and incoherent decreased need for sleep the individual can go for days with little or no sleep without feeling tired distractibility attention is easily diverted to inconsequential or unimportant details sudden irritability rage paranoia when the individual s grandiose plans are thwarted or excessive social overtures are refused an emotional outburst may ensue Why Should I Reach Out for Help Without treatment the manic phase can last for about 4 months The individual may then have a period of normal mood and behaviour but the depressive stage soon sets in In some people the depressive mood occurs immediately or within a few months For others a long interval of a few years may precede the next manic or depressive interval Depressions come and go more slowly Symptoms of the depressive phase some or all may be present feelings of worthlessness hopelessness helplessness total indifference and or guilt prolonged sadness or unexplained

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  • Depression | mindyourmind.ca
    others about your problems But they will be there to celebrate your successes like graduation or landing the dream job or the wedding They may also be there for you at 4 a m when you are feeling lost or scared or depressed I see this picture on the desk A smiling guy in cutoffs and a tee shirt with his family The guy in the room wears a suit He sits behind the desk He doesn t smile He doesn t look or act anything like the guy in the picture I d rather be counselled by the guy in the picture It s true that sometimes counselling can feel cold or impersonal You re expected to bare your soul to someone who apparently has no first name no life and no personality beyond their job The problem here is not the counsellor it is the nature of the counselling relationship The counselling relationship is just not like any other and it doesn t follow any of the normal patterns The counselling relationship is a partnership Most of the time the counselling relationship is about you sharing your feelings with a stranger This stranger is your partner in your wellbeing You will not know much about your counsellor s life for example if they have children or their children s names You may not even know his or her first name And they won t be there with you to celebrate birthdays or at 4 a m But this relationship will be all about you It is the only kind of relationship that is just about you and your needs Despite differences in agencies and service providers one thing is true for all the counselling relationship is a partnership between you and a professional dedicated to giving you the skills the knowledge and the resources to allow you to get unstuck or for you to get control of your life This partnership allows you to take advantage of everything the counsellor knows to help you improve your situation What else can I expect Below is a list of other things you can expect from counselling If in doubt print this list and bring it to your session to discuss with your counsellor Information and Facts Confidentiality information If you are under the age of 16 your counsellor will tell you exactly who he she will share info with and when Mom Dad Teacher Training and approach facts Your service provider will describe their training and approach of their counselling as well as the number of available sessions the cost if any and the specific goals of that service Note that some agencies only do assessment while others only do certain kinds of treatment All of this will be described in the first meeting If you wish to hear it again just ask Information on what situations will cause your service agreement to end such as missing too many sessions attending a session while under the influence etc Information on your right to read your record and under what conditions If applicable information on any medications prescribed to you by the medical team as well their side effects and at what point you should contact your practitioner if you have concerns Support for You to Understand the Information Ample opportunity to ask questions about any part of your treatment including clarification about anything you do not understand or remember Some counsellors will provide you with print outs or diagrams of ideas that matter to you If you need to take notes jot down thoughts or take home handouts with the information provided simply say so Most medications come with info sheets from the pharmacy All of these are a good back up The opportunity to bring a friend if you find you have trouble remembering everything you are told Support in between Sessions Talk to your counsellor about bringing a list of issues to talk about with the most critical ones noted or any questions you need answered Ask about working out a safety plan for between sessions when the counselor is not available or for online or community resources Fill out a Coping Kit and discuss it with your counselor Respect the Whole Way through You have a right to be treated with respect as a partner in the process That includes asking any questions that you feel are relevant You may not like the answers or wish they were different but for the most part you have the right to be informed which means that the issues were discussed and that you understand the reasoning behind a decision This is especially important when issues of consent are involved even though your consent may not be required Treatment is hard courageous work You will sometimes feel depleted or sad as a result of a session or in between sessions Many factors add to this such as initial reaction to medications stirring up painful memories etc Talk to your counsellor about this explain your concerns and share how the sessions are affecting you He she is there to support you Why should I talk to a therapist One simple reason to go to therapy is that it helps to be listened to Talking to a therapist or psychotherapist will often provide treatment that is more long term than counselling and address issues on a deeper level This may include looking at long standing patterns of behaviour talking about childhood causes of current problems or an intensive attempt to understand and alter thinking feeling or behaviour patterns People who might benefit from seeing a therapist include someone dealing with a severe mental illness such as depression or an anxiety disorder someone who has experienced something traumatic such as violence or rape someone who wants to improve and gain a deeper understanding of relationships in their lives To start your journey find a therapist in your area find a psychologist in your area or find a social worker in your area Get

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