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Coming Up with Pleasant Activities


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Clynn,
 
Excellent process and so happy to see you are working through the program!
 
Don't over think!
 
Pleasant activities can anything from laying down for 10 minutes to running a 5km!
 
Reading
Writing a letter
Call a long lost friend
Long bath
Baking
 
Think outside the box!
 
 
Josie, Health Educator
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7 years ago 0 clynnek 2 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
I'm working on module four, but I'm having a lot of trouble coming up with pleasant activities to try. I've come up with knitting, going for a walk and calling my mother (and I'm still not sure about that last one), but that doesn't seem like very much. What sort of pleasant activities have you tried?
 
-Lynne

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