PDH Story board GAD
Updated: 6/14/2020
PDH Story board GAD
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Storyboard Text

  • Yes Im ok! Go away!
  • R you ok? Why are you up this late?
  • I'm crying because I have so many pressures building up inside me and pulling me down.
  • Why are you crying? Tell me whats wrong with you.
  • Ok. Thanks for caring for me.
  • That's no good. You need to tell someone about this. Let's go inside and we'll talk about it.
  • A lady sees a depressed teen and asks him if he's ok but he just gets angry and tells her to go away.
  • I have been very depressed and feel lonely and very tired all the time.
  • hmm. This website says you have GAD or Generalized anxiety disorder.
  • The next day the lady sees the same man sitting outside his house crying about something. She goes to see if he's ok. But he's not because he's been under so much pressure recently.
  • It recommends that you should go for exercise have a daily routine work out a sleeping routine and eat healthily.
  • The lady tells the man with GAD that he should tell someone about his feelings so he goes inside with her to talk about what they ha can do to fix this and so that he can epress his feelings.
  • I feel so much better now that I am exercising and getting a good sleep.
  • The man tells her that he feels really depressed and tired all the time and she finds out that he has GAD (Generalized anxiety disorder).
  • The lady tells the man that the best ways to cure GAD are to keep active, eat healthily, keep a good sleeping routine and use relaxation techniques. (Clothes are getting brighter to show his happiness levels).
  • The man is now taking a walk for some exercise and I have shown that he is now mentally healthy by the colourful clothes he is wearing.
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