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SUCCESS OVER STRESS: WORRY REFLECTION
Name:
Please read the modules “Intro to Coping” from the “Sources of Stress” unit and
“Maladaptive Cognitive Coping” from the “Maladaptive Coping” unit before beginning
this assignment.
Identify three current worries or stressors, then reflect on each by walking through the
Worry Reflection and responding to the question prompts below. Follow the path of
questions based on the type of worry you’re describing (hypothetical or current
problem). You do not need to answer all questions for each worry; be sure to follow the
instructions.
Demonstrate critical thinking and effort in your answers. Write clearly; complete
sentences, accurate spelling, and proper grammar and punctuation are expected.
Please type all responses into the expandable tables and text boxes provided.
WORRY #1:
1a. What are you worried about? Describe the worry.
1b. Write at least one automatic thought you have or have had related to this worry. In
other words, what is one cognitive distortion or exaggerated thought you experience
when this worry comes up?
1c. Is this worry hypothetical or a current problem? (choose one)
Hypothetical worry (a “what if”)
(answer questions 1d and 1e)
Current problem
(go to question 1f)
1d. On a scale of one to 10 (one being very little and 10 being a great deal), about how
much of your attention and energy does this hypothetical worry receive? Then discuss
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your feelings on whether you believe this worry receives too much, too little, or just the
right amount of attention and energy and why.
1e. After reflecting on this hypothetical worry, how would you prefer to manage this
worry? Your ideas might include any combination of distraction, stress release, changes
in perception, postponing, changing focus, challenging automatic thoughts, or another
strategy. Describe at least two strategies as part of your potential plan. Be realistic
and specific in how you might implement these strategies.
If you chose current problem for question 1c, do you have an action plan in mind to
address this? (choose yes or no and then answer only 1f and 1g or 1h and 1i)
Yes (answer 1f and 1g only)
Not Yet (answer 1h and 1i only)
1f. If yes, describe your action plan below. What do you plan to do to tackle this worry?
Also, what barriers might you encounter along the way? Be specific.
1g. If yes, what is your timeline for this proposed strategy? What specifically needs to
happen for this action plan to be successful?
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1h. If no, what might be some ways to address this worry? Ideally, how would you like
to respond to this worry? Be specific in describing at least two potential options. To help
you get started, think about what a friend might do in your situation.
1i. Based on your ideas in question 1h, what needs to happen in order to make this a
reality? What step(s) would make the success of this plan more likely?
WORRY #2:
2a. What are you worried about? Describe the worry.
2b. Write at least one automatic thought you have or have had related to this worry. In
other words, what is one cognitive distortion or exaggerated thought you experience
when this worry comes up?
2c. Is this worry hypothetical or a current problem? (choose one)
Hypothetical worry (a “what if”)
(answer questions 2d and 2e)
Current problem
(go to question 2f)
2d. On a scale of one to 10 (one being very little and 10 being a great deal), about how
much of your attention and energy does this hypothetical worry receive? Then discuss
your feelings on whether you believe this worry receives too much, too little, or just the
right amount of attention and energy and why.
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2e. After reflecting on this hypothetical worry, how would you prefer to manage this
worry? Your ideas might include any combination of distraction, stress release, changes
in perception, postponing, changing focus, challenging automatic thoughts, or another
strategy. Describe at least two strategies as part of your potential plan. Be realistic
and specific in how you might implement these strategies.
If you chose current problem for question 2c, do you have an action plan in mind to
address this? (choose yes or no and then answer only 2f and 2g or 2h and 2i)
Yes (answer 2f and 2g only)
Not Yet (answer 2h and 2i only)
2f. If yes, describe your action plan below. What do you plan to do to tackle this worry?
Also, what barriers might you encounter along the way? Be specific.
2g. If yes, what is your timeline for this proposed strategy? What specifically needs to
happen for this action plan to be successful?
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2h. If no, what might be some ways to address this worry? Ideally, how would you like
to respond to this worry? Be specific in describing at least two potential options. To help
you get started, think about what a friend might do in your situation.
2i. Based on your ideas in question 2h, what needs to happen in order to make this a
reality? What step(s) would make the success of this plan more likely?
WORRY #3:
3a. What are you worried about? Describe the worry. (1 point)
3b. Write at least one automatic thought you have or have had related to this worry. In
other words, what is one cognitive distortion or exaggerated thought you experience
when this worry comes up?
3c. Is this worry hypothetical or a current problem? (choose one)
Hypothetical worry (a “what if”)
(answer questions 3d and 3e)
Current problem
(go to question 3f)
3d. On a scale of one to 10 (one being very little and 10 being a great deal), about how
much of your attention and energy does this hypothetical worry receive? Then discuss
your feelings on whether you believe this worry receives too much, too little, or just the
right amount of attention and energy and why.
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3e. After reflecting on this hypothetical worry, how would you prefer to manage this
worry? Your ideas might include any combination of distraction, stress release, changes
in perception, postponing, changing focus, challenging automatic thoughts, or another
strategy. Describe at least two strategies as part of your potential plan. Be realistic
and specific in how you might implement these strategies.
If you chose current problem for question 3c, do you have an action plan in mind to
address this? (choose yes or no and then answer only 3f and 3g or 3h and 3i)
Yes (answer 3f and 3g only)
Not Yet (answer 3h and 3i only)
3f. If yes, describe your action plan below. What do you plan to do to tackle this worry?
Also, what barriers might you encounter along the way? Be specific.
3g. If yes, what is your timeline for this proposed strategy? What specifically needs to
happen for this action plan to be successful?
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3h. If no, what might be some ways to address this worry? Ideally, how would you like
to respond to this worry? Be specific in describing at least two potential options. To help
you get started, think about what a friend might do in your situation.
3i. Based on your ideas in question 3h, what needs to happen in order to make this a
reality? What step(s) would make the success of this plan more likely?
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