People don’t choose to be anxious. It shows up like an uninvited house guest. Having high levels of anxiety is not a pleasant experience for most people, but anxiety serves a function – it warns us of possible dangers and encourages us to stay safe. Still, when anxiety reaches an unhealthy level, it can make us dysfunctional. In this unprecedented time, most of us are experiencing anxiety about situations that are real and at the same time, uncertain.
People experience anxiety in different ways. For some people, the worry thoughts are easy to identify and challenge. But many people “feel” anxiety in other ways, like aches and pains, irritability or poor concentration. Identifying that these changes are caused by anxiety helps us know what to do next. If you suspect that you or someone in your house is experiencing anxiety:
Managing relationships includes recognizing anxiety and accepting that people have different ways of coping.
Kerry's Place - (FFS) Master Minds : A "How to" Guide to homework Ages 14 - 17 - Online
Do you want to learn how to stay organized? Do you want to become more independent with your time management, organization, motivation and problem solving when it comes to your school work?
Kerry's Place - (FFS) Keeping Our Children Safe in a Digital World – Online
This Foundational Family Service workshop will help parents and caregivers, of children and youth between the ages of 0-17, navigate safely in the digital world and provide strategies on how to enhance cyber safety for their child or youth.
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