Building resilience

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SLEEP

Get up at the same time each day, 7 days a week, no matter how little you slept. A regular wake time in the morning leads to regular times of sleep onset, and helps to set your “biological clock”. Try not to obsess too much about your sleep routine or getting to sleep.

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TAKE CARE OF YOUR PHYSICAL HEALTH

Look after yourself when physically ill. Staying physically well is a foundation to staying mentally and emotionally well.  

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RESIST STREET DRUGS AND ALCOHOL

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ONCE A DAY...

....do something that gives you a feelings of being in control and having a sense of mastery 

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NUTRITION

Eat a balanced diet, don’t over or under eat. Don’t make decisions about food based upon your emotional state at the time (I’m too upset to eat). Keep your blood sugar balanced.

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GET SOME EXERCISE

Try to do 20 minutes a day. Research shows that exercise helps people improve
their mood and sleep.

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CONNECT

Connect with others in a meaningful way

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