ASU 101 Part 2: Managing Stress Raymond Wang

ASU 101 Part 2: Managing Stress Raymond Wang

ASU 101 Part 2: Managing Stress Raymond Wang Program Coordinator Wellness & Health Promotion Department Arizona State University Last updated 08-21-07 www.asu.edu/asu101 2007 Arizona State University Managing stress Prioritize, take charge, be flexible Develop your skills

Manage your time Regulate your emotions Use healthy coping strategies Implement a relaxation practice 2007 Arizona State University Managing stress Prioritize, take charge, be flexible Prioritize Take charge Be flexible

School Major Program of study Change major Money How to finance school? Work, get roommate, financial aid Take fewer hours per semester, work more, borrow

Time management School, work, & family Schedule around school, studies Leave a buffer between scheduled events Relationships What do you value in a relationship? Set boundaries based on your values

Be open to changing your mind 2007 Arizona State University Managing stress Develop your skills Communication skills Reading and writing skills Study skills Organization skills Test taking strategies 2007 Arizona State University Managing stress Manage your time Use a day planner and write out your schedule of classes, activities, work. Prioritize responsibilities. Make lists of things to do use sticky notes. Find a convenient job you enjoy doing (student employment on campus). Dont over commit yourself.

2007 Arizona State University Managing stress Regulate your emotions Regulating emotions is a positive way to gain control over stress and emotions. Thinking Emotions are not bad. Emotions are normal. Examples of self-control strategies Counting to 100 or saying the ABCs Positive self-talk Feeling Behaving 2007 Arizona State University

Managing stress Use healthy coping strategies Signs of healthy & unhealthy coping Examples of healthy coping strategies Be Active! - Take a walk or jog around campus Eat healthy foods Visit the Nutritionist at Campus Health on Tempe Campus Get a massage at the Student Recreation Complex on Tempe Campus Read a favorite book Spend time with a friend Participate in social activities be involved on-campus Incorporate laughter into your life Be a Well Devil! Take part in The Live Well @ ASU Online Wellness Program. 2007 Arizona State University

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