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In this episode, we're diving into the 3rd step of the Stress Bucket Exercise, which is all about managing your stress bucket. You'll learn three ways to increase your "buffer zone" and manage our stress bucket: poking holes in the bucket, "scooping" out, and making your bucket bigger. 🪣
We also discuss the difference between baseline stressors and daily stressors - this distinction matter because the way that you manage those particular stressors can look different from the other. Stress management is a crucial part of mental health.
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✨ 3 Takeaways from this episode:
The goal with managing your stress bucket is to create as much of a buffer zone at all times as possible and you can do this through poking holes, scooping out water, or eventually working on a bigger bucket.
Start with poking holes, the 4 regulation tools I gave you today are: #1 A deep breath; #2 Color spotting; #3 ear/neck massage - vagal toning; #4 legs up the wall or chair
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