Saturday, 18 October 2014

I'm back

I know, I know we haven't posted in years but i'm ( Me begin Alice) thinking about doing some more stuff if you guys like that idea?

I am in high school now and at times it can all be a little stressful so i've been recommend  this amazing website I think you guys might find it helps with so many different things not only stress.

I've got this friend who has told me he has thought about killing him self. I had no idea what to do.
I soon realised that telling how he has helped me and effected me in a positive way helped a lot and he said so him self.
So if you are ever feeling down just remind yourself of all the good you have done. How you have effected others. That should help.

Remember stay happy xx

Thursday, 13 September 2012

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Good tips.

Remove yourself from the stressful situation Give yourself a break if only for a few moments daily
Don't overwhelm yourselfby fretting about your entire workload. Handle each task as it comes, or selectively deal with matters in some priority
Don't sweat the small stuff
Try to prioritize a few truly important things and let the rest slide
Learn how to best relax yourself Meditation and breathing exercises have been proven to be very effective in controlling stress. Practice clearing your mind of disturbing thoughts.
Selectively change the way you react,
but not too much at one time. Focus on one troublesome thing and manage your reactions to it/him/her
Change the way you see your situation; seek alternative viewpoints
Stress is a reaction to events and problems, and you can lock yourself in to one way of viewing your situation. Seek an outside perspective of the situation, compare it with yours. and perhaps lessen your reaction to these conditions.
Avoid extreme reactions;
Why hate when a little dislike will do? Why generate anxiety when you can be nervous? Why rage when anger will do the job? Why be depressed when you can just be sad?
Do something for othersto help get your mind off your self
Get enough sleep
Lack of rest just aggravates stress
Work off stresswith physical activity, whether it's jogging, tennis, gardening
Avoid self-medication or escape
Alcohol and drugs can mask stress. They don't help deal with the problems
Begin to manage the effects of stress
This is a long range strategy of adapting to your situation, and the effects of stress in your life. Try to isolate and work with one "effect" at a time. Don't overwhelm yourself. for example, if you are not sleeping well, seek help on this one problem.

A helpful website

We reccommed this site . It is really helpful when you are wanting good tactics to help you deal with stress.

Thursday, 6 September 2012

Can we have some advice?

Last week we had a bad day...

At school we have what are called neighbourhoods they are two or three classes put together in 5/6 there's NH1and NH2. We are in NH2 and we love it except we have been told that our little, lovely, small and family like NH has been taken away.We don't want to go!!

Can you our readers help us by giving us some advice please?

I know we're the ones that are supposed to be giving advice but lets swap jobs!

Thanks bye!

Tuesday, 21 August 2012


We're back!

Sorry we haven't been on for a while but now we will be on at least once a week. Caitlin has sadly left our school and moved houses so she cant work on our blog anymore. Now its just Alice and Anjali here. We will be posting things about stress, relief and everyday problems.

Don't worry be happy!