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  • What's Wrong with My Friend? | mindyourmind.ca
    their temper at the smallest thing giving away prized possessions partying excessively using substances more than usual having unsafe sex or changes in libido missing a lot of school or work crying all the time under or overeating under or oversleeping Seems out of touch with reality seeing or hearing things that aren t there experiencing delusions or hallucinations worried that other people are trying to harm them even though there is no proof of this learn more about psychosis If you ve noticed these types of changes ask your friend if he she is thinking about suicide If the answer is yes get immediate help for them Even if your friend isn t in crisis they may still need help If there is no immediate danger talk to your friend Simply ask what s wrong Talk about what you ve been noticing or what you re concerned about and just listen to what your friend has to say You may be worried about upsetting your friend but he she may be relieved that you asked and may appreciate being able to talk to someone Talk with your friend about your concerns When you reach out to a friend you re letting them know that you care and giving them an open door to discuss their feelings Remember that they may not be ready to talk at the exact same moment you are That s okay Let them know that the door is open for future conversation and that lots of support is available Remind your friend that mental health issues are treatable health conditions The sooner a person gets help the sooner they can start recovering As friends you two have probably shared lots before including stuff that was difficult and challenging in your lives This is no different

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  • How Can I Help My Friend | mindyourmind.ca
    harm themselves Do not swear to secrecy even if they ask you to It is better to have a living friend who is mad at you than a dead friend with whom you can t have a relationship anymore Help them find resources or professional support Help them make the call Go with them to an appointment Find a way to share some humour Watch a funny movie together Introduce them to your favourite funny show Laughing til you cry is a sure fire stress reliever Get informed go online take out books join a support group attend community info sessions talk to others Look for more interactive options to help them discover help If none of this works or it s not enough to keep your friend safe reach out and get help for your friend Contact your local crisis service or check out resources that you can call Talk to your friend s friends parents or brothers sisters Talk to a guidance counsellor or a family doctor Ask for help in helping your friend Find listings in the phone book under mental health for additional local resources How can I talk to my friend Will it help Talking to your friend about what they re feeling can make a huge difference in helping them to seek help By starting a conversation you can find a way to lessen your friend s pain Remember that talking with friends about suicide won t make them kill themselves People who talk about or try suicide do not want to die They re looking to escape the pain and cannot find another way My friend needs help but they don t want it What can I do It is difficult to help someone who doesn t want to help themselves or who is in denial that there is anything wrong This is a hard situation to be in Sometimes unfortunately there is nothing you can do If your friend or family member allows you to you can support them by being there listening and letting them know you care and want to support them in finding help You can put a list of resources together for your friend Even if they don t choose to use it right away they may decide to during a time of need It s always best if a person gets help before they are in a crisis however many people wait until then to get help You can take someone to the Emergency Room before or during a crisis and that s how lots of people first start getting help It s important to be a good friend but you also have to make sure you take care of yourself Look into your self care and read about ways to help your friend without becoming overwhelmed Helping a friend through a tough time can be hard Helping a friend through a tough time can be a great thing Friends need each other during good and bad

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  • Get Ready for Your Appointment | mindyourmind.ca
    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

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  • Self Care while Helping a Friend | mindyourmind.ca
    enough Taking care of yourself may also include knowing when to step away from the situation to give yourself the time and space to figure out what you need It s easy to focus on your friend s stresses and to forget about your own Read on for signs to watch out for What are the warning signs that Iâ m feeling overwhelmed about helping a friend Physical or behavioural changes such as fatigue loss of appetite or changes in eating patterns difficulty sleeping restlessness headaches increased susceptibility to colds flu or infection changes in alcohol and drug consumption taking frustrations out on others or other areas of your life Emotional effects such as continuously feeling angry resentful or irritated with your friend or in general conflicted feelings or guilt feeling helpless overwhelmed inadequate fragile vulnerable unable to cope or go on increased mood swings decreased motivation feeling burned out crying more frequently and easily isolation changes in communication patterns and other relationship dynamics withdrawal feeling numb or detached Changes in thinking and awareness such as confusion difficulty making decisions difficulty problem solving having memory blanks questioning why this happened in a world that is supposed to be safe and difficulty concentrating or paying attention Your friendâ s perspectives may start to influence your own so that itâ s hard to know whatâ s healthy and unhealthy What is self care and how can I do it Self care can be anything that helps to rebuild or sustain your emotional physical mental social or spiritual balance Self care is useful for times when you might be a support to others but can be practised regularly for emotional wellness The key is to try to strike a balance between your responsibilities and those things that help to recharge and maintain our health Essential components of self care include taking time to yourself including time to eat and sleep well socialize and exercise educating yourself about mental health and illnesses developing and using a support system Here are some things you can do to relieve stress go for a walk or run do yoga or other physical activities or sports go to a park be outside or connect with nature eat healthy and drink plenty of water avoid excessive use of alcohol know and respect your limits if you feel exhausted and need time to yourself take it get some rest if you have trouble sleeping get up and do something relaxing or enjoyable spend time with other family and friends meditate pray or connect with your faith if applicable create art crafts or express yourself through writing or poetry continue to participate in your own interests social and recreational activities be on the lookout for any changes in your habits attitudes and moods notice what you are feeling several times a day get support for yourself if you are feeling overwhelmed or unable to cope check out our fun and educational interactives for more ways to cope with and relieve stress

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  • Where to Call | mindyourmind.ca
    to speak to a counselor Transgender crisis line 1 877 330 6366 Find a therapist in your local area How to find a psychologist If you are in high school speak to a counselor public health nurse or other relevant staff at Student Health Services Most Canadian colleges and universities provide free counseling to their students Ontario specific resources Chat online with a Mental Health Helpline Information and Referral Specialist Distress Centres Ontario www 211Ontario ca Ontario Association of Social Workers 416 923 4848 Find A Social Worker in Ontario The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario to find a family doctor Good2talk ca Peer Support Groups Resources in the United States of America I m in crisis Local crisis center find by looking in the front of your phonebook National Suicide Prevention Lifeline call 1 800 273 TALK 1 800 273 8255 to be directed to a crisis center closest to you National Hopeline call 1 800 SUICIDE 1 800 784 2433 to speak to a crisis counselor The Trevor Project provides crisis and suicide support for LGBTQ youth 1 866 4 U TREVOR 1 866 488 7386 I need to talk to someone if you are not in crisis If you are in high school you can also speak to a counselor public health nurse or other relevant staff at Student Health Services for additional support Find a therapist in your local area HelpPRO therapist finder Suicide Survivor Support Group Directory if you ve lost somebody to suicide locate a support group in your area Talk to your family doctor Look in your local phonebook to locate a counselor therapist or local helpline near you Resources outside Canada and the United States International Association for Suicide Prevention International Suicide Hotlines For help in the UK and Ireland

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  • What is wellness? | mindyourmind.ca
    healthy sense of self Quality connections to others and a sense of empathy and affection It is affected by family history illnesses traumatic events financial status physical activity nutrition sleep stress attitude and environment Physical Wellness I do things to take care of my body I am mindful of my body s health and how it responds to stress and setbacks Your body s condition and behaviours upon it focusing on A balanced diet Exercise of all three types cardio flexibility and strength Regular checkups It is affected by medical history medications awareness of your body and self image and substance use abuse Intellectual creative wellness I do things regularly that challenge and stimulate my creative intellectual self Attitude towards personal growth education achievement and creativity Experiences of learning through reading studying travelling and exposure to the media Sharing gained information seeking opportunities to share and feeling stimulated by this exchange Development of skills talents and critical thinking including learning how to learn Being open to new ideas and experiences and applying what is learned It is affected by education history learning style flexibility and attitude towards learning Social wellness I feel confident in my ability to relate to and connect with others Being comfortable with expressing yourself Being in supportive and fulfilling relationships Attitude towards your relationships and your willingness to ask for help Peer acceptance close bonds and social skills like assertiveness or conflict resolution The ability to accept others for being different The extent of community building and volunteer work engage in It is affected by social history cultural values open mindedness and knowledge of healthy relationships Spiritual wellness I care about things outside of myself and feel connected to a set of beliefs and values I feel like there is meaning and purpose in life An appreciation for life while questioning your purpose within it A search for the meaning in life shared values and a community with common vision A sense of selflessness and empathy Creating shared myths symbols stories and other ways to support a gathering It is affected by upbringing religion or lack of and willingness to live with uncertainty or have faith Occupational wellness I feel a sense of satisfaction in the work I do I feel like I m being productive when I go to school volunteer work Having your work match your values and goals Your attitude towards your work and the personal satisfaction you gain from working Contributing your skills and talents in a rewarding way Balance between work life and other commitments It is affected by age level of employment education location and economy Environmental wellness I feel like most of my interactions with the outside world are positive I feel a sense of responsibility to make the world better The ability to make the most out of life given safe environmental standards High levels of trust and low levels of corruption Effective social and political institutions It is affected by location wealth level political stability and societal

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  • Becoming Civically Involved | mindyourmind.ca
    a letter to the editor of the news source and get heard Organize events to raise awareness or funds for causes that matter to you Libraries and community centres are a good place to start Civic engagement can mean getting more involved at school Look into your schools GSA Social Justice or Student Council clubs Spend some time researching groups whose ideals stance on issues match your own and join up or volunteer Join a peaceful demonstration Young people all over the world have been gathering peacefully as a way to be heard Think globally act locally world issues can be daunting Look to what s happening in your community to tackle larger issues It s Democracy Week Find out and share what s happening across the country with civically engaged citizens ElectionsON offers an election simulation program Find out if your school participates and get involved If you are of voting age make sure you are properly registered to vote and have the correct ID Will it be your first time voting this year Check out this infographic to see what voting is like in 6 easy steps Get to know the Canadian political parties as a way to get acquainted with the issues Young people can apply to work for elections Canada during an electoral event Find out how Incorporating issues that matter to you into school assignments can be a way to stay motivated and excited about school work Find out how when to attend a city council or committee meeting and go It s a great way to see how the system works Create a clear plan before fundraising for a cause event Enlisting the help of a mentor for advice can be a huge help Talk to people that represent both sides of an issue

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  • Keeping Busy in Summer | mindyourmind.ca
    decluttering that closet or doing a body cleanse what toxins can you get rid of Go to the beach It s good for the soul Nuff said selfcareinsummer Wear bright colors It s summer so why not be bold and creative with your outfits Have yourself a ME day Get your hair did get a massage go to the spa or whatever floats your boat Meditate Indoors or outdoors meditation is a great reminder that you are not your thoughts Don t burn yourself out Say no when you need to and don t get overwhelmed by being too busy Instead of buying produce at the supermarket find a local farm and pick your own veggies It s fun Take a walk in the park a hike in the woods or visit a botanical garden Green spaces invigorate us and reduce stress Catch up or reconnect with an old friend Feeling connected is an important part of our wellness Take up nature photography Being outside appreciating nature s beauty can have calming effects Ditch the coffee and try greentea or matcha These are healthier and natural ways to boost your energy and metabolism Volunteer in your community Helping others and making a difference can have benefits on your own mental health Keeping busy doesn t mean sacrificing your sleep Getting enough sleep is super important for a balanced mood Treat yourself to fresh flowers They can boost your mood and enhance your environment Stay away from people who are negative and surround yourself with people who support your wellness instead Bored Find new hobbies Draw create art crafts write join a team learn a new game the possibilities are endless Journal idea write down one thing you are grateful for each day Feelings of gratitude contribute to happiness Did you

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