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The Stress Container funnel contains the following things:

  • COVID-19
  • Finances
  • Workload
  • Illness
  • Job security
  • Social isolation
  • Economy
  • Remote working
  • Family health
  • Uncertainty
  • Exercise

The tap at the bottom of the Stress Container funnel is dripping, to show these stresses being released slowly. The container is very full and starting to overflow.

Examples of helpful coping strategies:

  • Turn off social media notifications
  • Daily yoga and relaxation
  • Focus on what I can control
  • Daily walks in nature
  • Routines that give my day structure
  • Regular chats with family and friends
  • Read the books I've wanted to for years

Examples of unhelpful coping strategies:

  • Eating lots of sugar
  • Not exercising
  • Drinking lots of alcohol
  • Catastrophising
  • Having a random sleep routine
  • Shutting myself off from people
  • Checking news and social media constantly

Adapted from MHFA England

Upcoming events

The Michael Dillon LGBT+ Lecture: Lord Browne of Madingley

Friday, 17 June 2022, 5pm to 6.30pm

St Anne's College, the University of Oxford and GiveOut are delighted to announce that the second Michael Dillon LGBT+ Lecture will be given by Lord Browne of Madingley, the most senior British businessperson to have come out as LGBT+. This is an in person event in the Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre in St Anne's College. Registration is encouraged but not required for attendance.