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Supportive Environment

Emotional Catalyst Journals create a supportive and non-judgmental environment, where individuals can share openly without fear of criticism.

Follow the italicized prompts below to create a comprehensive brief and circulate it among stakeholders to invite feedback and open conversations about emotional growth and support.Use the / command to call on Coda AI to help draft any writeup sections, distill action items from your discussion, and more.

Background

In your Emotional Catalyst Journal, engage in open conversations with your support group, exploring emotional topics related to OCD and depression. Gather insights, share coping strategies, and prioritize mental health goals for a more emotionally supportive environment.
Provide clear context and background information for your emotional well-being goals and the reasons behind the focus on certain emotions.

Proposal

Make your detailed proposal for emotional well-being with options for fostering positive emotional experiences and growth.

Option 1: Emotion Focused Approach

Statements supporting option 1: Describe how this approach focuses on recognizing and understanding emotions, allowing individuals to express themselves freely.
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Option 2: Mindfulness and Resilience

Statements supporting option 2: Explain how mindfulness practices and building emotional resilience can help individuals cope with challenges.
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Feedback

Gather feedback from your team and stakeholders to gain insights into their emotional experiences and thoughts.

AI-generated summary

Distill the main points and action items from the feedback and discussions using Coda AI's assistance.

Sentiment Tracker Summary:

Buck Dubois reflects on his mental health and finds moments of happiness despite facing challenges. He expresses concern about long-term focus on mental health while striving for better control over OCD symptoms.

Sentiment Tracker Action Items:

Provide resources for managing OCD symptoms during social events.

Dory: Topics for Discussion Summary:

Polly Rose suggests discussing how to manage OCD triggers during social events, while Joel Davis suggests coping strategies for dealing with depressive episodes.

Dory: Topics for Discussion Action Items:

Discuss strategies for managing OCD triggers during social events.
Discuss coping strategies for dealing with depressive episodes.

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Reflection
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Despite the challenges, I find moments of happiness. My main concern is the long-term focus on my mental health while striving for better control over OCD symptoms.
Buck Dubois
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anxious Automatic Thoughts:
"What if I embarrass myself in front of everyone?"
"I won't fit in, and people will judge me."
"I'm better off staying home and avoiding the anxiety."
Challenging and Reframing Thoughts: I understand that social events can trigger my anxiety, but I can challenge these negative thoughts. It's okay to feel nervous, and I don't have to be perfect. I can focus on enjoying the event and connecting with others at my own pace. It's a chance to practice self-compassion and recognize that everyone has their insecurities.
Today has been a struggle with my generalized anxiety disorder, but by using the tools in my "Emotional Catalyst" journal, I'm taking steps to manage my anxiety and lead a fulfilling life.
Lucy Low
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Topics for discussion

Initiate discussions with your emotional support group to explore emotional topics and gather ideas and suggestions for better coping.
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How to manage OCD triggers during social events?
Polly Rose
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Coping strategies for dealing with depressive episodes.
Joel Davis
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anxious? Automatic Thoughts:
"What if I embarrass myself in front of everyone?"
"I won't fit in, and people will judge me."
"I'm better off staying home and avoiding the anxiety."
Challenging and Reframing Thoughts: I understand that social events can trigger my anxiety, but I can challenge these negative thoughts. It's okay to feel nervous, and I don't have to be perfect. I can focus on enjoying the event and connecting with others at my own pace. It's a chance to practice self-compassion and recognize that everyone has their insecurities.
Today has been a struggle with my generalized anxiety disorder, but by using the tools in my "Emotional Catalyst" journal, I'm taking steps to manage my anxiety and lead a fulfilling life.
Lucy Low
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