Stress Managment Quiz 9 pg 10

Stress Managment Quiz 9 pg 10 - If the worry involves...

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ACTIVITY: THE WORRY GRID For you to actually use stress management techniques, you need to believe they will be effective. The following activity is but one that has some real practical utility. To begin, list as many of your worries as you can identify. BIG worries and small worries. Serious worries and insignificant ones. List every single worry you can; as many as you can. DO THAT NOW before proceeding with this activity. Now let's make more sense of the worries you listed. Place your worries on the following Worry Grid according to the following instructions:
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Unformatted text preview: If the worry involves something you Can Control and that is Important to you, list it in Quadrant I. If the worry involves something you Cannot Control but that is Important to you, list it in Quadrant II. If the worry involves something you Can Control but that is Not Important to you, list it in Quadrant III. If the worry involves something you Cannot Control and that is Not Important to you, list it in Quadrant IV. 122 gre06755_ch09.qxd 5/5/05 1:50 PM Page 122...
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