What might help you Adjust for Life today?
- Signs of Stress: Learn to recognize the physical, behavioral, and emotional signs of stre
- Kids about Stress: Use this handy guide filled with kid-friendly activities to help children master stress management for life!
- Breath Meditation: Learn to relax mind and body with this simple anytime, anywhere meditation technique
- Progressive Relaxation: A great technique to help you harness a relaxed response to any stressful situation
- Special place visualization: Learn how to create a safe haven of your very own
- Signs of Workplace Stress: Find out if stress at work is the problem.
- Identifying Stress Triggers: Here’s a great worksheet to help you pinpoint your particular hot spots!
- Gratitude Journal Page: Gratitude is a scientifically proven antidote to stress. Print this out and give it a shot.
- Competent Caregiver’s Guide to Talking to the Doctor: Print out this handy reference and take it along to your next visit.
- Pre-Plan Checklist Talking about the legal and financial issues is challenging. Use this checklist to help
- 7 Days of Deliciousness: 7 Days of delicious, home-made dinners, all under 8 ingredients and 15 minutes of prep time. Great for new caregivers, new parents, or anyone facing a particularly grueling week. Inclues menu plan, recipes, and a shopping list
- Would You Rather: Here’s a fun way to help your children with VALUES CLARIFICATION. Use it while you are in the car, waiting in line, or just enjoying a quiet moment together.
- Problem Solving for Kids: Here’s a nice worksheet to help you teach your child how to work through tough situations.
- You can use this Family Schedule Worksheet to help organize your new routine and post it for everyone to see.
- Family Night Cards: Print out this handy set of activity cards to make planning family night a breeze. There are 10 pre-filled cards to get you started as well as a set of blank cards to hold all your family favorites!
- Family Values and Rules: Here is a great idea for your next family night – create a set of values and rules that are a unique reflection of your family. This worksheet makes the process run smoothly.
- The Four Styles of Communication: Learn about effective communication.
- Family conflict resolution worksheet: Try out this worksheet the next time you are faced with a family fight.
- Identifying Family Stress Triggers: Figure out what specific trigger heat things up at your house
- The Family Mission Statement: Here’s a great way to build family cohesiveness. Start creating your family mission statement at your next family meeting!
- Family Safety Card: Make sure everyone is on the same page in an emergency
- Family Emergency Plan Template: Make sure everyone is on the same page in an emergency
- Basic Anger Journal : The first step in solving a problem is understanding it. Use the Anger Journal form for a few days to keep a record of what sets you off.
- Anger Hierarchy: Review the information collected in your anger journal to dig out common triggers – what sets your blood boiling? Use this form to list your most potent anger triggers.
- Cause and Effect Journal: Move on to the Measure the Cost page to start recording the outcome of angry outbursts. What is anger costing you – respect from others? Self respect? Job advancement? Relationships?
- Anger – What it is and What it does: Learn about the physical costs of anger by completing the handout.
- Thinking Distortions: What You Think Makes You Mad: Use this worksheet to start changing your self-talk.
- Changing the Voice in my Head: Follow up with this worksheet to generate positive coping alternatives
- Snap Out of It!: Put the power of your new thinking to use with a simple Thought Stopping Technique
- Anger Inoculation: Use the Creating Coping Thoughts worksheets to complete the Staying Calm under Pressure sheets to learn to manage your responses
- Complete the Anger Plan Worksheet for the real-life situation where your need a new response.
- Mindfulness of Emotions : Learn a simple technique to help you get in touch with your internal world.
- Emotional check-In: Here is a great little journal sheet that let’s you document your emotional responses throughout the day. Use it for a week and learn more about your feelings.
- The 12 Common Irrational Beliefs : Here’s a handy printable information sheet listing the 12 most common – and troubling – irrational beliefs..
- Beliefs Inventory Use this terrific assessment tool to discover which irrational beliefs you are most susceptable to entertaining..