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DISTRESS TOLERANCE HANDOUT 3: HALF SMILE
On this page, we will provide you with a worksheet that is a distress tolerance handout 3: half-smile worksheet, which will help you effectively deal with distressing situations.
What is a distress tolerance handout 3: half-smile worksheet about?
Our emotions reflect in our gestures, for such times the worksheet teaches us to deal with the distressing situation smartly by putting a smile on our faces. The worksheet is about taking control of your body sensations and messages we give to ourselves. Our mind and our body have a deeper connection, the messages we give to our mind reflect in our body, the same way if we will give positive messages to our brain by smiling, our brain will get the message that everything's under control. Hence, our mind and body both will get relaxed.
How will distress tolerance handout 3: half-smile worksheet help?
This worksheet is about helping you to tackle a distressful situation by having a half-smile on your face and you will feel more relaxed and satisfied. Distress tolerance refers to the state of dealing with distressing situations effectively, the worksheet refers to the trick of smiling, there are times in our life where we don't feel like smiling, times when we feel down and sad, for such times smiling is a good positive message we give to ourselves.
Instructions on how to use distress tolerance handout 3: half-smile worksheet.
whenever you are feeling distressed take this worksheet out and think about which situation you are in and act accordingly. Read the daily half-smile at night and record your whole day.
On this page, we provided you with a distress tolerance handout 3: half-smile worksheet, which hopefully helped you effectively deal with distressing situations.
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