Make a Wellness Plan Home › Make a Wellness Plan Step 1 of 9 11% A mental health wellness plan helps you think through what creates stress for you, how to shift your focus and cope with difficult situations, and how to take care of your mental health overall. It’s not a day to day guide. Instead, it encourages you to think differently about your life day to day to address stress and maintain balance and positive mental health. You can then download it on a computer or mobile device or email a copy of it to yourself or someone in your life. My Sources of Stress / Personal Triggers Understanding yourself is the foundation of self-care, as is identifying the sources of your stress and personal triggers that can impact your mental health in a negative way. This can help you consider situations where you may need to focus more on self-care, as well as how to take care of yourself in a way that is unique to you.Source of stress:(Required) Source of stress: Source of stress: Additional sources of stress (optional): Things I Could Let Go Of We all have things that we hold onto that impact our mental health and wellness. It could be an unhealthy or difficult relationship, an inability to forgive someone, a personal frustration, even a chore that brings you stress… whatever is holding you back from feeling your best.I could let go of:(Required) I could let go of: I could let go of: Additional things I could let go of (optional): Good Things to Focus On Just as we all have things that may be holding us back, we also have good things we can focus on. Step back and consider the good things around you or things you feel grateful for. Take some time each day to look for the good.A good thing in my life:(Required) A good thing in my life: A good thing in my life: Additional good things in my life (optional): Supportive People in My Life Supportive people in your life are those you can connect with… who “get” things you’re dealing with and can provide empathy and support. These are people you know that you can talk to about your concerns without worry about judgment.Name / Phone number(Required) Name / Phone number Name / Phone number Additional names and phone numbers: How I Cope with Difficulties or Stress We all have our own ways to coping with stress or difficult situations. These can be activities that you find relaxing, things you do to distract yourself (or manage a situation), a stress reducing technique like deep breathing or meditation… whatever works for you.How I cope:(Required) How I cope: How I cope: Additional ways I cope (optional): What I Can Do That’s Just for Me Life gets busy, and often we find ourselves taking care of everyone but ourselves. What do you do that’s just for you?Just for me:(Required) Just for me: Just for me: Changing What I Tell Myself Self-talk… we all do it. Self-talk is the thoughts that run through our mind about ourselves. We can be our own inner cheer section, or our own worst critic. And when we’re critical of ourselves, it’s hard to believe that we can offer something good or positive. So work on changing your narrative… what you tell yourself.What I tell myself:(Required) What I'll say instead:(Required) What I tell myself: What I'll say instead: What I tell myself: What I'll say instead: What's your first name? (optional) If you choose to provide a name, it will be added to your plan.How do you want to save your plan?(Required) Email it to me and download it now Download now (no email) Email(Required) NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.