A SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT REFLECTION..
We have noticed that our volunteers, in recounting their months, only sometimes touch on the subject of stress and the so-called tigers that cause it. We decided to change that!
We gave volunteer Sarah the opportunity to put her thoughts on paper, asking “real” questions. We share with you below, let’s give you space to think in your notebooks or orally, whichever you prefer, answer them and that way some things become clearer to you. We prefer paper and pencil! #oldschool 😀
-What are my stressors?
– What triggers my stressors?
– How do I behave when I’m under stress?
– What kind of support do I want to get when I’m under stress?
-How can I set boundaries?
– How can I create space for myself when I’m under stress?
Once you’ve answered these questions, you’re done with this
-What are my first steps when starting a change?
– How will I be persistent in my decision?
Let us know if you’ve tried it and how it was… we look forward to hearing from you! 🙂 Sarah says it helped her!
*The European Solidarity Corps (ESS) is a program of the European Union to strengthen solidarity in various areas: from helping disadvantaged people and providing humanitarian aid to engagement for health and the environment in the EU and beyond.
The program offers young people the opportunity to respond to the needs of the community, make a concrete contribution to society, and in the process gain invaluable experience and develop new skills. The program is also intended for organizations active in the field of solidarity that want to involve young people in their activities.