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Smart Living15 Tips for Anyone Who Struggles on Long Weekends

00:40  30 august  2019
00:40  30 august  2019 Source:   themighty.com

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I have a variety of mental health diagnoses and a large support team consisting of a case manager, therapist and psychiatrist. During the week if I need to reach out, I can usually expect a response within a day and sometimes even straightaway.

Long weekends can be difficult, especially if, like me, you are used to having a lot of support. The days drag and I can easily become isolated. Not only can I not reach my support team, but also friends may be away or have other plans.

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That extra day can really throw a wrench into my psyche and I have learned I need to be prepared for it. It is for that reason I have compiled a list of supports and activities I can do in order maintain my mental health. I share it in case you find long weekends difficult too.

Keep a list of crisis/support phone numbers and chat websites. Plan outings with friends. Attend festivals and other weekend activities. Look for free events such as yoga, art galleries or concerts. Go to the library for a book, and read it there or at a coffee shop. Visit friends or family for the weekend, even if you live in the same town. Have a sleepover. Ask friends who will be away if they need a pet sitter. Take on a larger project such as cleaning the fridge or going through clothes to donate. Cook a favorite meal from scratch and enjoy it all weekend. Plan for the coming week, such as organizing clothing and meal prepping.  Go for walks. Engage in hobbies such as photography, art, writing, etc. Keep a journal of things you’d like to talk about for when you do have therapy. Set aside time to do boring self-care such as paying bills, getting an oil change or laundry. Also do fun self-care like a pedicure, and see if a friend can join you. Go see a movie.

These are just some of the ways I cope with having a lot of time to spare when my usual supports aren’t around. I have found that by being prepared these weekends can be less challenging. Do you find long weekends difficult? What other activities or ideas do you suggest?

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