No one feels calm all the time, but we can work on reacting to stressful events in a balanced way. This activity is good for teenagers. It helps them see how different states of mind influence their reactions.
Both emotion and logic have an important place in our lives. But when we feel stressed, our emotions can take over. Our emotional and physical wellbeing are connected, so it can help to focus on physical sensations first. When, when things are calmer, it’s easier to think logically. Help your child to:
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