Week 1: Coping with Bullying (teens) Module

Week 4: Coping with Bullying (teens)

Week 5: Family Support and Assertiveness Skills

Week 6: Cyberbullying and Recovery Pathways

Thoughts are the words that run through our minds. It is like the narrator of our experiences. These thoughts create and limit our personal world. Thoughts tell us about what’s going on around us. However, there could be many different thoughts about a single situation.

Most of the time we don’t notice our thoughts in real-time to help us make decisions and carry out tasks. Instead, we often function as if we are on auto-pilot.

However, we are able to become aware of our thoughts everyday. An example that we all have experienced is when we are aware of our thought process during activities like games, puzzles, learning a new language, or remembering something specific. In those moments, we are consciously using our thought processes to help us navigate a situation. As we become more in tune with our inner experiences, we also become more aware of our thoughts outside of those specific experiences and rather in everyday life. This will help us problem solve, cope, create resiliency, and regulate our emotions.