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  1. Inhale: Humble and gentle One, Exhale: you are rest for my soul. Matthew 11:28-30
  2. Inhale: True Vine and Gardener, Exhale: I abide in You. John 15
  3. Inhale: Nothing can separate me, Exhale: from the love of God. Romans 8:38-39
  4. Inhale: Be still Exhale: and know you are God. Psalm 46:10
  5. Inhale: On earth Exhale: as it is in heaven. Matthew 6:10
  6. Inhale: Your grace Exhale: is enough for me. 2 Cor. 12:9
  7. Inhale: There is no fear Exhale: in your Love. 1 John
  8. Inhale: I will not be afraid Exhale: for You are with me. Psalm 23
  9. Inhale: You are our refuge Exhale: and our strength. Psalm 46:1
  10. Inhale: Both day and night Exhale: belong to You. Psalm 74:16
  11. Inhale: I find rest Exhale: in Your shelter. Psalm 91:1
  12. Inhale: You surround me with love Exhale: and tender mercies. Psalm 103: 4-5
  13. Inhale: Peace of Christ, Exhale: guard my heart and mind. Philippians 4:7
  14. May the peace of God give you renewed hope and wisdom, May you find the strength you already carry within you to be enough, May the grace of God be sufficient, May you find a deep breath when the air around you is thin, May you grow in compassion in these days. Amen.
  15. Our Father… Hail Mary…
  16. This event gives an opportunity for students to strengthen and boost their morale in their creative endeavors and encourage self-care in a transitioning campus environment.
  17. How is your HEART?
  18. Mental health Check ins Breathe Stand Bend Smile Pose, take a picture
  19. Traffic Light of Emotions RED HEART- ano ang gusto mo na ma- STOP ngayon para sa puso mo YELLOW HEART- ano naman ang wait lang/ PAUSE or give way muna sa puso mo ngayon GREEN HEART- ano naman ang GO! GO! GO! ka para sa puso mo ngayon
  21. Processing Take Aways • What ever color ang heart mo now meron itong mensahe para sa iyo • Matuto kang makinig sa bawat pintig ng puso mo • Magagawa mo lang ito kapag titigil ka at mananahimik • Walang kilos o ingay nang sa gayon mabibilang mo ang bawat pintig...LUBDUB, LUBDUB • Handa ka na ba, then if you do, you will be surprised that there is a price to pay if you are unable to hear your heart say then, maybe its time to love oneself.
  23. Operational definition GEN Z TECHNOLOGY SOCIAL MEDIA SELF-CARE
  24. GEN Z are the first true digital natives, and we are the ones paying the price. A recent ORIGIN study found that 48% of Gen-Z respondents said social media makes them feel anxious, sad or depressed and that 58% are seeking relief from social media.
  25. the application of knowledge for achieving practical goals in a reproducible way. The word technology can also mean the products resulting from such efforts, including both tangible tools such as utensils or machines, and intangible ones such as software. TECHNOLOGY
  26. facilitates the sharing of ideas and information through virtual networks. From Facebook and Instagram to Twitter and YouTube, social media covers a broad universe of apps and platforms that allow users to share content, interact online, and build communities. More than 4.7 billion people use social media, equal to roughly 60% of the world’s population. SOCIAL MEDIA
  27. is the practice of individuals looking after their own health using the knowledge and information available to them. It is a decision-making process that empowers individuals to look after their own health efficiently and conveniently, in collaboration with health and social care professionals as needed. SELF-CARE
  30. What is digital communication for students?
  31. What is digital communication for students? Digital Communication is communication among other students, parents, and teachers, using various forms of digital media. The media can consist but is not limited to, emailing, texting, blogging, facebook, and discussion boards. Communication is not only verbal, but also non-verbal: you should ensure that the signals you are giving out through your body language are positive, confident, and engaging. For example, making eye contact with students when you are talking to them shows that you are being supportive and attentive.
  32. The best way to communicate with teachers is to show them that you value their time. Meet them in their classroom rather than your office, turn off notifications on your phone and computer, and open the conversation by asking questions. Show teachers that you know their time is valuable and that their voices matter.
  33. RESPECTFUL Digital Communication What does digital respect mean? Digital Etiquette refers to electronic standards of conduct or procedures and has to do with the process of thinking about others when using digital devices. Digital Respect is making a conscious choice to respect others online and on mobile phones. Digital Respect is also using technology respectfully – that is – not for the purposes of harming others or spreading rumors.
  34. Why is digital respect important?
  35. Qualities of a good digital citizen A positive digital citizen: Advocates for equal digital rights and access for all. Treats others with respect in online spaces and never cyberbullies. Does not steal or damage others' digital work, identity or property. ( Memes) Makes appropriate decisions when communicating through a variety of digital channels.
  36. Digital boundaries Is it okay to tag you in posts or check-in places together? Do we post our relationship status publicly? Is it okay to follow or friend other people in my life? What are the expectations for communication through texting or social media? Is it okay to use each other's devices, and when if so? LOVE and RESPECT
  37. What are digital boundaries? Simply put, digital boundaries are property lines designed to optimize the positives and minimize the negatives of the digital world. When you have reasonable property lines, the digital world becomes your servant and not your master. It's often the other way around for many of us these days. Is not a set of rules for others to do but you setting your rule for yourself to follow!
  38. Three most important boundaries The three most important boundaries every person deals with are: personal space, private property, and political boundaries. Personal space boundaries are the boundaries we keep when interacting publicly with others, such as on a bus, in an elevator, or in school hallways, private property, and political boundaries.
  39. BARRIERS TO SETTING BOUNDARIES: FEAR of rejection and/or abandonment. FEAR of confrontation and upsetting someone. GUILT or shame. Not knowing how.
  40. Establishing boundaries : Self-care Maintaining self-respect and feelings of empowerment Positive self-esteem Feeling satisfaction in your relationships Balancing your needs with the needs of others Getting your needs and wants met. Having power over your life Overall happiness
  41. Learn how to manage your digital life, not simply manage to get by 1.Turn Off Notifications. I know what you’re thinking, “I don’t need to turn off notifications, I can just ignore them.” Or “I can’t possibly turn them off, what if I miss an important news headline or sports score?” 2.Limit Your Newsfeed Check-Ins.
  42. Learn how to manage your digital life, not simply manage to get by 3. Protect Your Consolidation Time. 4.Set Up Safeguards. 5.Model Digital Citizenship.
  43. Is there really a need for us to set boundaries? Communication is key. Use it wisely
  46. state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community. (World Health Organization, WHO) MENTAL HEALTH
  47. Anxiety – excessive worry accompanied by fatigue, restlessness, concentration, sleep problems Depression – mood disorder causing persistent feeling of sadness, lack of interest, affecting thoughts Suicide Thoughts – tragic reaction to stressful situations
  48. Good mental healtH A state of successful performance of mental function, resulting in productive activities, fulfilling relationships, and the ability to cope and adapt Characterized by alterations in thinking, mood, or behavior (or some combination), which can be associated with distress and, sometimes, the ability of function in daily life MENTAL ILLNESS
  49. Coping and Caring in the New Normal
  50. Focus on the things you can control
  51. Reset your Work/ Study Routine Recognize unhealthy thoughts -Cognitive Distortions-
  52. Cultivate Growth Mindset Belief that skills/ abilities can be developed Disposition: I can! The Power to Choose, Act, Improve Abilities, Make a Difference
  53. Opportunities in Challenges
  54. Sharpening Emotional Regulation Skills Emotions are powerful! We must be in control of our emotions HUMAN PERSON RECOGNIZE FEELINGS OR EMOTIONS
  55. Embrace the Challenges and Cultivate Perseverance Courageously face the challenging tasks Step out of our comfort zone Creative strategies + WILL POWER COMPLETION OF GOALS
  56. Choose courage over fears Make the most of everyday
  57. Grateful Heart Count even the smallest blessings
  58. Establish connection with your family Family matters most more than we realized.
  59. Build positive relationship with peers Study: reduced stress, increased happiness, and sense of social connectedness. Take care of each other
  60. There is power in Teamwork “Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success” Collaboration is an important tool
  61. “Technology and social media are tools, you have the power... a human being capable of learning, living to attain wellness and well being. Be a responsible digital citizen, armed with a pure heart and prudent mind.” -Sunico, 2023
  62. Take care of yourself Pause, breathe, slow down, but never quit…
  63. APPROACH SOMEONE YOU TRUST Asking help is not a sign of weakness YOU ARE NOT ALONE IN THIS JOURNEY…
  64. THANK YOU!

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  1. Seeing the situation using another LENS Compare yourself to where you are yesterday & today. Recognize effort and celebrate even the smallest win Focus on what you could have done differently
  2. Seeing the situation using another LENS Compare yourself to where you are yesterday & today. Recognize effort and celebrate even the smallest win Focus on what you could have done differently