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You and your colleagues can think about your own wellbeing by using the idea of the ‘stress bucket’.*
Imagine there’s a bucket you carry with you which slowly fills up when you experience different types of stress.
Sometimes you feel strong enough to carry a lot of stress, but it’s important to find activities which help you lighten the load.
Thinking about the “Stress Bucket” together to prompt you and your colleagues to take action to build your resilience.
Download our Stress Bucket worksheet here.
*Developed from an idea by Brabban and Turkington (2002)
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