Year after year, more studies are highlighting the benefits of generosity on both our physical and mental health. Generosity naturally builds self-confidence.
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Mental Health & Emotional Wellness
All things mental health by a marriage & family therapist...from "the "I" in Illness to the "We" in Wellness" from Soulseeds
Curated by Dr. Amy Fuller
In my study of happiness, I've labored to identify its fundamental principles.
First Splendid Truth
To be happier, you have to think about feeling good, feeling bad, and feeling right, in an atmosphere of growth.
Second Splendid Truth
One of the best ways to make yourself happy is to make other people happy;
One of the best ways to make other people happy is to be happy yourself.
Third Splendid Truth
The days are long, but the years are short.
Most of us think happiness just comes...but the reality is it's a disciple and takes work and effort like everything else we desire in life. At least working on creating joy is a fun discipline. This article points out some key truths or quotes about creating and maintaining happiness.
We’ve all had terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days.
A bad work evaluation, a disappointing grade, a potential crush who turns out to be interested in someone else, a fight with your colleague, a worrisome report from a doctor, a broken resolution…lousy days take many forms.
Here are some strategies I use for coping with a lousy day:
Solid tips for dealing with a no good, horrible, very bad day. I espcially like the one about NOT treating yourself with some form of indulgence.