Here are our top 100 things you can do today to start promoting your social wellness in the new year.
How to bring some peace to your mind during uncertain times? It really has become a fact…our world has changed. Literally.
You never want stress to become chronic, or long-term. Find healthy ways to manage your stress, there are many to choose from. Look at other areas of your life that you can change to reduce your stress levels. It’s something we don’t take seriously enough and we’re letting it take over our lives.
Knowing what not to do is just as important as what to do when it comes to managing stress.
Work is the #1 cause of stress for most people… and how to take proactive steps to counteract the harmful effects of stress on mind, body spirit.
The world today is unlike anything many of us could have ever imagined it would be. The chaos of COVID-19 and the corresponding circumstances have made living during this time stressful and hard to navigate for many people.
There are many ways to protect your mental health and find comfort in times of crisis and distress. Scientists, researchers, and doctors have provided multiple ideas and strategies to find calmness and comfort.
Control is an illusion but regulating your emotions in challenging situations is the one way you can control how you react to a world full of amazing possibilities. Taking the time to address your need to develop positive external expressions of your emotion, and internal experiences of emotion allows you better control over what does and does not ultimately affect you.
This article seeks to explore each of these core life skills and explain their significance and importance as related to the key areas of knowledge, attitude, and skills, as well as the key areas of mental, emotional, and physical well-being.
We must take steps to prioritize our emotional wellness. Failure to make our emotional wellness a top priority can contribute to a variety of physical and mental problems ranging from insomnia, pain, high blood pressure and poor concentration to anxiety and depression.