Tag: Mental Health Month

How to stay positive in negative situation

When we talk about staying positive in a negative situation, it’s not easy and it is okay. All we have to do is accept the negative situation and walk through it in a positive way.

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Is crying a sign of weakness? | Emotional well-being

How many times have you experienced a sad moment and you are quickly shut down by someone telling you “Don’t cry, be strong!” I heard this phrase a lot which is “don’t cry be strong” so what does it mean?

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How To Heal Hurt Feelings And Move On In Life

Hurt feelings are inevitable. Everybody gets hurt at some point in time by someone or something. And this is completely natural. The problem arises when people keep stuffing their feeling deep down and not able to express them. These bottled feelings start striking your mental and physical health and can have dangerous outcomes.

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Emotional Independence: It’s Not As Difficult As You Think

Let me begin with a simple question.

Are you in control of your emotions, or are your emotions dependent upon those around you?

When our self-worth depends upon others opinion about us, we are emotionally dependent upon them. They could be our partners, our parents or our friends whom we look up to, or try to impress; people whose opinion about us decides how we mold ourselves just so we feel “accepted”.

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Mental Health During Quarantine

It’s okay to not feel okay during this quarantine period.

I know there are a lot of people completing online courses, working out at home, learning new skills, cooking new dishes, etc. If you are able to keep your spirit up during this crisis, It’s amazing and really praiseworthy.

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