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Stress –Saver Presentation Emily Haas Student Wellness Office
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Who has experienced  stress at some point?
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What stresses you out? YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!!
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 Actually, in 2009, 85% of  Purdue students reported that  they had experienced stress  during the semester and 48%  of those students stated that  the stress affected their  academics.
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List some of your daily stressors. How do these stressors affect you? What’s the amount of control you have over this particular stressor? “None”, “Somewhat”, “Moderate”, or “Extreme” So…What stresses you out?
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Control what you can; don’t stress about what you  can’t! Examples of things you can control to help you  stress less? The Key-
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Coping Inventory – how do you handle stress? Coping with Stress
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BREATHING Immediate Coping Skills
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BUILD YOUR  PHYSICAL  RESERVES
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PROGRESSIV E MUSCLE RELAXATIO
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MEDITATION/ VISUALIZATION
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POSITIVE SELF-TALK
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Unformatted text preview: Negative self-talk Positive attitude I've never done it before. It's an opportunity to learn something new. It's too complicated. I'll tackle it from a different angle. There's not enough time. Let's re-evaluate some priorities. There's no way it will work. I can try to make it work. It's too big of a change. Let's take a chance. There is so much to do Let me take it one step at a time I'm not going to get any better at this. I'll give it another try. J Laugh! J Resources at Purdue: Student Wellness Office ◦ Information about health topics ◦ Free nutrition/dietary consultations CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services) ◦ Student Health Center and Psychological Services Building: (765) 494-6995 Office of the Dean of Students ◦ Also free and confidential: (765-494-1747) Sometimes it’s too big to handle...
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