How to Find Your Support SquadA worksheet for anyone who feels a little alone right now.
Feeling like you have no one to call when you're going through something can be one of the most isolating experiences ever. Whether you have no clue who to put down as your emergency contact or you're worried that your BFF/partner/mom/whoever is going to block you if you keep calling them at 2 a.m. with a crisis, it's worth taking a moment to reflect on your support system every once in a while.
Not sure where to start? This worksheet, created by clinical psychologist and Wondermind Advisory Committee member Ryan Howes, PhD, will help you look at your support squad in a whole new way.
And, remember, this worksheet is yours to do whatever you want with—you can print it and tape it to your bathroom mirror or just save it on your phone for easy reference.
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