Life Skills

  • Breaking Isolation, Benefits of Laughter & Humor, and Learning to Have Fun

  • Living a Positive & Active Life and Building Support Networks

  • Relaxation Skills, Building Structure, & Working The Twelve Steps To Reduce Stress And Prevent Relapse

  • Coping With Crisis, Suicide Prevention, and Spiritual Practice

  • Passive, Aggressive, Passive-Aggressive, and Assertive Communication Styles

  • Assertive Communication Style & How To Be Assertive

  • Vocation & Employment, Problem Solving, and Money & Time Management

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Breaking Isolation, Benefits of Laughter & Humor, and Learning to Have Fun (pages: Subject 4-46 – 4-49; 6-51 – 6-55)
Positive Beginning; Isolation, The Immune System, Stress, and Physical Health; Effects of Isolation on the Immune System and Physical Health; Benefits of a Social System To Physical Health; Benefits of Support Groups To Physical Health; The Benefits of Expressing Emotions; The Benefits of Laughter on The Immune System and Physical Health; Learn to Have Fun; Develop a Sense of Humor; Learn to Laugh; Get Some Fresh Air; Hang Out With Successful People; Breaking Free of Isolation; Seek Out New Activities; Solitude Versus Loneliness; Get Active; Exercise: Developing an Individual Plan to Have Fun; Positive Closure

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Live a Positive & Active Life and Building a Support Network (pages: Subject 6-50 – 6-62)
Positive Beginning; Positive Thinking is Relative; Stopping Negative Thinking With “Stop”; Reach Out to Others; Learn to Have Fun; Develop a Sense of Humor; Learn to Laugh; Get Some Fresh Air; Hang Out With Successful People; Breaking Free of Isolation; Seek Out New Activities; Solitude Versus Loneliness; Get Active; Live in the Present; Support Network; Support Through Self-Help Groups; Support Through Treatment Team; Benefits of Self-Help Groups; Building a Support Network; Qualities of a Good Support Person; Identify Your Support Network; When The Family Is a Part of The Problem; When The Family Is Part of The Solution; The Family In Recovery; Be Patient With Your Family; For The Family Members; “My Personal Support Network” Exercise; “I’ve Learned” Inspirational Handout; Positive Closure

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Relaxation Skills, Building Structure, & Working The Twelve Steps To Reduce Stress And Prevent Relapse (pages: Subject 8-49 – 8-52; 8-57 – 8-60)
Positive Beginning; Learn to Relax to Reduce Stress and Prevent Relapse; Fourteen Relaxation Techniques; Build Structure Into Daily Routines; Exercise – How to Create a Daily Schedule; Working The Steps; Information on Alcoholics Anonymous Handout; Positive Closure

 

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Coping With Crisis, Suicide Prevention, and Spiritual Practice (pages: Subject 8-5 – 8-7; 8-55 – 8-57)
Positive Beginning; Self-Instruction to Cope With an Event; Evaluating Crisis Event; Evaluating Crisis and Coping Skills; Suicide Prevention; Survival Tips For the Suicidal; Deepen Contact With Spiritual Side and Higher Power; The Presence of Truth Is Spiritual Practice; “Mary’s Divine Intervention Experience” Inspirational Reading; Positive Closure

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Passive, Aggressive, Passive-Aggressive, and Assertive Communication Styles (pages: Subject 1-49 – 1- 54; 1-56)
Positive Beginning; Listening Skills; Passive, Aggressive, Passive-Aggressive, and Assertive Skills; Communication Styles; Passive Style; Goals, Techniques, Beliefs, Body Language or Tone, and Results of Each Communication Style; Aggressive Style; Passive-Aggressive Style; Assertive Style; How To Be Assertive; Assertive Techniques; “Identifying Personal Communication Style” Exercise; Positive closure

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Assertive Communication Style & How To Be Assertive (pages: Subject 1-54 – 1-58)
Positive Beginning; Assertive Communication Style; Goal; Techniques; Beliefs; Body Language; Results; Challenged in the Area of Assertiveness; Benefits of Assertive Communication; Individual Rights of Being Assertive; Reasons People Are Not Assertive; How to Be Assertive; Practice,  Practice; “Rules For Being Human” Inspirational Handout; Positive Closure

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Vocation & Employment, Problem Solving, and Money & Time Management (pages: Subject 8-67 – 8-72)
Positive Beginning; What Employers Really Look For in Employees; Problem Solving Techniques; Problem Solving Styles, Guidelines For “Before” Problem Solving; Steps Toward Effective Problem Solving; Money Management; Time Management; Spending Your Time; Build Structure Into Daily Routines; Positive Closure

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