Self-healing and growth are journeys we all must take in order to become our best selves. During these past few years, we have dealt with a lot of things that have made us want to slow down and take a deep look at ourselves and everything that we thought that we knew. It has been a long road to self-healing for us. While we always discuss different ways to begin the healing process, we haven’t really discussed what we have learned. We invite you to take this journey with us.
Here are the top 10 lessons we’ve learned on the journey to self-healing.
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It’s important for our mental well-being to take time for self-care and to pursue our interests. But sometimes, we’re not bold or daring enough to go after what we really want, and we end up feeling unfulfilled and unhappy. So here are four ways to build your confidence that will help you finally reach your life goals.
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Midlife crises are one of those strange phenomena that many people are likely to go through at a certain age, but few are willing to admit or even talk about. However, it’s important not to hide or suppress these troublesome feelings, as they can only do more harm than good. So, here are some helpful tips to overcome this temporary moment of crisis so that it doesn’t prevent you from living your best life.
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How is your mental health today? If it’s a question you would rather ignore, you are probably one of the many U.S. adults who feel their mental health needs are not met by healthcare and social support. Indeed, Mental Health America is committed to the promotion of mental health as part of everyday wellness. The increase in depressive disorders since the pandemic has been alarming.
But, thankfully, not everyone feels powerless. More and more Americans are considering unconventional approaches to support their mental health journey. Of course, medical follow-up is instrumental to your recovery or day-to-day management. However, healthy routines and habits can also help manage mood swings, negative thoughts, and increased stress levels. In other words, while mental health problems have increased during the pandemic, Americans have shown resilience and creativity in their responses. But have you ever considered that your mental health journey could also be beneficial to others? Here are some ideas to turn your mental health passion into a side hustle.
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As a busy person, the chances are that you lean into procrastination more than anybody else. It’s a self destructive behavior, and you have to fight yourself more than you fight anything else. Instead of paying attention to all the hard work that you need to do, you’re paying attention to your social media, or anything else that requires you to work hard. It’s not because you are adverse to working hard, but because you know that relaxation and procrastination often feel better than actually working. It’s very easy to procrastinate and waste your own time – we’ve all been there.
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