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Mental Health Resources
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Externalizing your Worry Monster
We all have a worry monster. The first step is to learning more about what YOUR monster looks like! Is it loud? Is it quiet? What beliefs does it have? What things does it tell you? You can explore this on your own or with a therapist who can help you "externalize" and cope with that worry monster!
What is Distress Tolerance?
Distress tolerance is a person's ability to manage actual or perceived emotional distress. It also involves being able to make it through an emotional incident without making it worse. People who have low distress tolerance tend to become overwhelmed by stressful situations and may sometimes turn to unhealthy or even destructive ways of coping with these difficult emotions.
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