Discover and save creative ideas

    From my sister. Who is both responsible for all my mental problems and also for a lot of the love that gave me the resilience to deal with them.

    3y Saved to Think About It
    • Jesse Ehlert

      How to put out fires: STOP reacting to the stupid stuff. DROP your irritation and anger. And ROLL, get on with your life.


      Wise Words & Funky Quotes To Live By - Funk Gumbo Radio: and "Like" us at:

    • Lori Brooke

      Stop: Stop reacting to the stupid stuff Drop: drop your irritation and anger Roll: get on with your life.

    • Ebony Sager

      How to put out fires? STOP - Reacting to stupid stuff, DROP - Your irritation and anger. ROLL - Get on with your life.

    • Riki Barbich Cash

      How to live a Drama Free Life. Now comes the hard part...followin this advice.

    • Anya Breton

      Words of wisdom -- Extinguishing yourself by Jessica Hagy

    • Valerie Gallucci

      Stop Drop Roll for Life!

    • Iris Golden

      Inspiring Words.

    • Bethany Beard

      Good thoughts

    People also love

    Thank YOU - The Creative Counselor, I am going to attempt to work on the girl drama.

    Self-Exploration Using a DBT House. Counselor's awesome site on childrens and teens mental health counseling. lots of inspiration - check this out! especially for my middle school group ideas while we are working on DBT concepts

    Do not handicap your children school quotes for kids - My Lovely Quotes

    Teen Power and Control Wheel

    Cute to have on door, never know who can benefit throughout the day. Repinned by urban wellness: www.urbanwellness...

    Laugh! Laugh!

    Identifying Emotional Triggers via Do2Learn: Educational Resources for Special Needs. I use the volcano analogy a lot.

    Great curriculum for teenagers who are angry....might need to tweek it for individual sessions, as this is geared for group anger therapy.

    more advice I should take

    depression in teens worksheets

    I need this for my office!

    Handy (and cute) way to help teens gain strength to change their negative thoughts. They could take this reminder wherever they went!

    30 Problem Solving Scenarios for Kids & Teens...I've been looking for ideas like this to use with my older students with disabilities.

    Letting Your Light Shine- Teens Healing from Abuse

    journal sticks - great idea for teens or adults who find it difficult to open up about themselves.

    great website!!!! tons of great science for later :)

    Homemade stress relief balls

    Liana Lowenstein has put together a free e-book of therapy ideas and tools to use with children, teens, groups, and families.

    gotta roll with it...

    What Do You Stand For? This poster hangs in my office as a reminder to me and my students of the importance of building strong character and standing up for what you believe.