Here are a few resources to help you along with day to day life. They consist of basic information and do not replace therapy or medical care.
If your situation is an emergency, please present yourself to the Emergency room at the hospital or please call a crisis line:
Anxiety BC offers many resources
Breathing exercises including audios to guide you. Relaxation Techniques click the link for a variety of relaxation techniques and other information to help you with anxiety, stress or distorted thinking.
The Self-Care Depression Program is based on the experience of the authors
and on scientific research about which strategies work best in managing
It is intended for:
■ individuals with depressed mood
■ concerned partners, family members or friends
who want to help a depressed individual
Funding for this book was provided through grants from the Ministry of Health,
and BC Mental Health and Addiction Services, An Agency of the Provincial Health
Services Authority, Province of British Columbia, Canada. ©Vancouver, Canada
This free app is absolutely amazing! Over 4000 meditations which vary in length from 2 minutes to over an hour. English, French and other languages. Some are guided and others are only music.
You can find meditations to help you with anxiety, self-confidence, sleep, relaxation, making changes in your life.
You need to create an account -once subscribed, there is no additional cost and you have a wealth of support at your fingertips. You can use it via your computer or Android or IOS device.
One of my favourites is 'Five minutes of self-compassion'.
The Self-Care Wheel - what are you doing for yourself. Here is a good graphic to encourage you and give you suggestions. Centre for Clinical Interventions - many mini courses to help you with anxiety, depression, changing your thinking, body image, etc. Check out all their free resources.
Ball of Grief: Grief is complicated. This image helps show the different aspects and feelings associated with grief. There is not ONE WAY to process grief. Be kind to yourself.