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How can I overcome this feeling? Everyone experiences stress and copes with it differently. You may notice changes in your mood, such as increased irritability, feeling low or more anxious, you may experience difficulty sleeping, you may feel exhausted more often and more than usual, or it may feel harder to relax during respite periods. (...) First, let them know you are there for them, and available to talk and listen, but only if they feel comfortable talking about what they might be feeling, whether its worry, fear, anxiety or loneliness.
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Score: 685509.23 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...oung-people-and-mental-health/
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It is a natural, human feeling of fear or panic. Afterwards, we usually calm down and feel better. (...) Emotional and mental: Struggling to focus on things – lack of concentration Feeling panicky, nervous or on edge Feeling overwhelmed or a sense of dread Feeling out of control in a situation Feeling tired and grumpy Anxiety feels different for everyone. (...) Explore the feeling together: Ask your child to observe their feelings of anxiety and tell you – what is happening when they feel anxious, how do they feel, how long does the feeling last and what might be the reason for feeling anxious?
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Score: 685507.4 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti.../mental-health/what-is-anxiety
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TIP 3: RECOGNISE HOW YOU ARE FEELING Understanding how you feel is important. Do not ignore your feelings! Sometimes writing your feelings can help. Try this “I feel ....... right now”. (...) “It’s been a tough time, it’s okay to be upset.” “I am feeling [insert how you are feeling] and that is okay.”
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Score: 681039.16 - https://www.unicef.org/uzbekis...ourself-during-stressful-times
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Listening actively helps children to feel heard, understood, less alone and calmer. By contrast, if we don’t listen properly, we risk making them feel as though we are brushing off their concerns and invalidating their feelings. This can leave them feeling defensive, frustrated, alone or hurt. If we don’t listen properly, we risk making them feel as though we are brushing off their concerns and invalidating their feelings 5. (...) It can be hard to share with others when we are feeling sad” or “Sorry to hear you’re feeling stressed.
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Score: 679203.6 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...1-tips-communicating-your-teen
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It’s important to know that a panic attack won’t cause any harm and, even if it may not feel it during an attack, the feeling will pass. (...) Ask your child how they feel and what is making them feel anxious or stressed. (...) It’s natural to feel this way. However, avoiding situations can make our anxiety feel bigger.
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Score: 677419.14 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...-health/what-are-panic-attacks
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Listening actively helps children to feel heard, understood, less alone and calmer. By contrast, if we don’t listen properly, we risk making them feel as though we are brushing off their concerns and invalidating their feelings. This can leave them feeling defensive, frustrated, alone or hurt. If we don’t listen properly, we risk making them feel as though we are brushing off their concerns and invalidating their feelings 5. (...) It can be hard to share with others when we are feeling sad” or “Sorry to hear you’re feeling stressed.
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Score: 677274.56 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...r-communicating-with-your-teen
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Listening actively helps children to feel heard, understood, less alone and calmer. By contrast, if we don’t listen properly, we risk making them feel as though we are brushing off their concerns and invalidating their feelings. This can leave them feeling defensive, frustrated, alone or hurt. If we don’t listen properly, we risk making them feel as though we are brushing off their concerns and invalidating their feelings 5. (...) It can be hard to share with others when we are feeling sad” or “Sorry to hear you’re feeling stressed.
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Score: 677274.56 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...1-tips-communicating-your-teen
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Reassure your child that it is normal to react to trauma in a variety of ways, such as feelings of anger, guilt and sadness. Children may also be told that they can express their feelings in different ways, for instance, a person may feel sadness without necessarily crying. 3. (...) This will help provide them with a means to express their feelings. 5. Talk to children about the different moods or feelings people, including you, may experience after a tragedy. (...) Reassure your child that it is normal to react to trauma in a variety of ways, such as feelings of anger, guilt and sadness. Children may also be told that they can express their feelings in different ways, for instance, a person may feel sadness without necessarily crying. 3.
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Score: 676463.87 - https://www.unicef.org/srilank...0UNICEF%20SL%20-%20English.pdf
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Find someone who you can talk to about how you are feeling. Listen to them. Avoid social media that makes you feel panicked. (...) Notice if they are negative or positive. • Notice how you feel emotionally. Notice if your feelings are happy or not. • Notice how your body feels. (...) Listen to your children when they share how they are feeling. Accept how they feel and give them comfort.
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Score: 673404.35 - https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/media/4016/file
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Female, 20, Class 10 The pandemic and more specifically situations like the lockdown has everyone feeling overwhelmed so, it is normal to feel confused about your feeling in a situation like this. It is normal to not feel like yourself because of the pandemic so don’t be surprised if you’re feel different or a little off.  However, if these feelings last for a long time, do seek help, reach out to a counselor and talk about your situation and how you feel.
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Score: 671217.87 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/...tories/it-normal-feel-confused
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