报道中详细讲解了关于Worry, Anger, Sadness等情绪可以运用什么方法来应对，以避免自己太过忽视自己的情绪问题，或让情绪问题过度掌控自己的生活而导致心理问题。
澳大利亚语言学院整理的墨尔本PTE素材库，旨在帮助各位PTE考生整理一些可以用作PTE考试题型练习的素材，可以帮助大家提升dictation、re-tell lecture、Summarize spoken text 等等题型的能力哦！PTE市面上的素材并不多，练习的题目也不多，所以AIL整理的这些PTE素材库，真的是帮助非常大的哦！
in good shape 处于好的状态，精神/身体状态好
Disgusted adj. 厌烦的，厌恶的
get along with 相处得好，处得来
protect from 保护…免遭…
intense adj. 强烈的，紧张的
practically adv. 实际地，几乎，事实上
annoyed adj. 烦恼的，烦闷的
peacekeeper n. 和平卫士，停火执行者
diagnose v. 诊断
Okay next up, we’re going to talk about something none of us talk about enough – our mental health. Keeping your mind in good shape is just as important as keeping your body that way but we put far less time and effort into it. We here at BtN want to help change that but first we need to know a bit more about you and that’s why we’re launching the BtN Kids’ Happiness Survey. We’ll tell you more about how your class can get involved soon but first let’s find out why looking after our mental health is important in the first place. Here’s Amelia.
Sometimes I feel:
Frightened? Boo! Ahhh! Hahaha
Life is full of feelings, whether they’re good ones or not so good ones. None of us can help having them, it’s just how our brains are wired.
In fact experts say there’s a good reason we have different feelings. They can help us get along with others, protect us from danger or tell us when something’s not right and needs to change.
But sometimes our feelings can be more intense or harder to handle than usual.
Like when we get worried.
BOY 1: I worry about practically everything, every single thing.
GIRL 3: I normally feel really pressured and nervous about getting all my schoolwork done.
GIRL 4: Sometimes I feel really annoyed at my brothers and sisters because I’m the middle child. I feel like I’m always the peacekeeper and it makes me really annoyed and angry because it just never stops.
GIRL 3: My mum got diagnosed with breast cancer. At that time I just remember feeling really sad and worried that she wasn’t going to survive it.
BOY 3: I used to be constantly bullied over and over again and I never really told anyone about it. I just bottled it up inside of me.
But experts say if you ignore these feelings or let them take over they can end up having a bad impact on your mental health.
Mental health is the way you think or feel about yourself and what’s going on around you and how you cope with the stresses of life.
Just like your physical health.
If you don’t take good care of your mental health it can make everyday things harder and eventually could turn into a bigger problem.
So how do you keep your mental health, healthy?
KIRRILIE, CHILD PSYCHOLOGIST: Hi Guys!
Well Kirrilie is a child psychologist and part of her job is talking to kids about just that.
REPORTER: These guys were telling me before about feeling really worried, angry or sad. So what’s the best way to deal with something like that?
KIRRILIE: Ok let’s talk about worry. So there are some different things we want to do when we feel worried and one of them is to try and think about exactly what’s making us worried. You might even want to get a pen out and write down exactly what could go wrong here.
Something else you can do is write down some calm thoughts, some ‘this is not the end of the world’ thoughts or here’s a plan I have to cope with this if it does happen thoughts.
You also want to try and act in brave ways. When you act in a way that’s brave and you’re not avoiding something that tells your brain, maybe we’re not so scared of this after all.
KIRRILIE: A good thing to do when you’re mad is to try and take a really deep breath and try and make your muscles as floppy as you can. Another thing you can do is to try and get yourself away from the thing that makes you mad.
But sometimes you can’t right. So you’re going to take 30 seconds to think about what you would spend a thousand dollars on, or what you really want for your birthday, take your mind on a holiday.
KIRRILIE: Talk a little bit about your sadness. You might like to paint, or draw a picture or play music or write a letter. Something else that’s really important to do is exercise; that actually helps your brain work better and helps you feel better.
What’s really important when you’re sad is to make yourself do stuff that’s important to you.
GIRL 2: What really makes me feel better is playing the guitar and just reading.
GIRL 2: When I’m worried or sad, I like to play netball because I feel like I’m releasing all the energy.
BOY 3: A good way for me to calm down is when I draw so instead of keeping all that anger and sadness inside, I put it onto a piece of paper.
Overall, Kirrilie says that communication is the most important part of dealing with worry, sadness or anger.
KIRRILIE: It’s really important to try and tell somebody. Particularly an adult can be useful, but even if it’s another friend.
And remember you’re not the only one, feeling the way you do.