Real psychologist puts all his coping skills into one bag | #WithMe

Real psychologist puts all his coping skills into one bag | #WithMe

I call it my emotional first aid kit and I’ll show you how you can make your own.

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Topics discussed:
0:00 – Introduction
0:19 – What are coping skills?
1:41 – Things that help you cope in the future.
4:47 – Dealing with worries.
7:12 – Things that make me feel good about myself.
8:10 – Reducing my chances of being impulsive.
9:25 – Processing difficult thoughts.
10:09 – Connecting with friends and family.
10:44 – Creating hope and getting clarity.
11:31 – Quickly increase my motivation.
12:16 – Reducing stress by getting active.
12:47 – Promote positive change.
13:17 – Gaining gratitude and perspective.
14:27 – What goes in your emotional first aid kit?

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