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Wellbeing 365

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(1) Top 10 Stress Management Techniques

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It is normal in today’s world for you to face challenges and a sense of helplessness. Cultivating the right mindset and good habits and tapping on the right strategies can help you to combat stress and preserve a positive well-being.

(link: https://www.verywellmind.com/top-school-stress-relievers-for-students-3145179)


 (2) What is visualisation?

What do Olympic athletes think about right before they compete in front of an international audience watching their every move? Do they think about all the things that may go wrong and how to avoid them? No, well-trained athletes know that they should never visualise mistakes.

Visualising mistakes or imagining poor performance increases the likelihood that it will actually happen during the event, even when it doesn’t mean to. The mind is able to hear the insecurities and will set in motion a series of events that might prove your fears right.

Instead, most top athletes are trained to visualize their goals right before a competition. They see themselves winning the game, running the fastest race, or scoring the winning point. They're trained to "picture" what they want to happen, instead of what they don't want to happen. When they do this, their chances for success increase dramatically.

This is the power of visualization and you can use this technique to help you achieve your goals. Visualization is a simple technique that you can use to create a strong mental image of a future event. With good use of visualization, you can practice in advance for the event, so that you can prepare properly for it. And by visualizing success, you can build the self-confidence you need to perform well.

This is in line with our framework of Positive Education where we focus on Positive emotions - what should go well for us instead of what will go wrong for us in any given situation.

(Link: https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newHTE_81.htm)

Watch this video about a girl who started her business at the age of 11 when her family was faced with a dire situation.  She used visualisations to overcome odds.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8k6LcYO_Vg


(3) Mindful breathing to practise anytime, anywhere

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You have been practicing mindful breathing at the start of each school day from Monday to Thursday. Continue to practice it whenever you feel you need to calm yourself down.

Mindfulness Video https://youtu.be/lH9soZjmzCk


(4) Motivational videos to perk you up

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The Science of Gratitude

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMd1CcGZYwU

Practice positive thinking everyday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxU30JMf8mg

Get Grateful

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8INhAYxwi8A

How gratitude changes the brain

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pqPKDu19hU

The Power of Gratitude

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WERppcuabKE


(5) School and Community Support Hotline


School Counsellors

Ms Lee Soo Hong 67583912 Ext: 299

lee_soo_hong@moe.edu.sg

 

Ms Eunice Lim 67583912 Ext: 299

[Tues, Thurs]

 

Year Heads

Ms Wong Shing Liu  67583912 Ext: 210

wong_shing_liu@moe.edu.sg

 

Mr Yong Yin Yee 67583912 Ext: 215

yong_yin_yee@moe.edu.sg

 

SH/ PosEd                                        

Ms Priya 67583912 Ext: 260

anu_priya_nair_appukuttan@moe.edu.sg

 

                                               

Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) Provides emotional support to people who have difficulty coping during a crisis, who are thinking of committing suicide or are affected by a suicide.

1800-221-4444 (24 hours)

 

Touchline

1800-377-2252

 

Help123 (help123.sg) Get help for gaming addiction, internet-related issues and information on youth programmes

1800-6123-123


IMH Emergency Hotline Urgent intervention for those who are facing a mental health crisis

6389-2222(24 hours)

 

eCounselling Online counselling service

www.eC2.sg