Are you ready to rely on your inner resources to accomplish the steps to achieve self-love?
In this post, we share the benefits of self-love — and some tips — to get you closer to creating a more loving, holistic lifestyle!
What does gratitude and saying “no” have in common?
As we discovered in one of our earlier posts, gratitude elevates our self-esteem, empathy and mental strength. And studies have shown that those who rank higher on the gratitude scale are more sensitive and empathetic towards others. And we can assure you that this extends to ourselves as well!
Previously, we’ve discussed how gratitude improves your social life by making you happier and energized and, therefore, more approachable and open to welcoming others into your circle! Here is another bonus for you: gratitude comes with professional benefits too! In this post, we explore how.
You may be wondering, “Could there possibly be more science-backed gratitude benefits?” The answer is: Yes!
Here’s another: Gratitude Develops Your Personality. This is because gratitude trains our minds to perceive the positive first rather than the negative.
As we stated in our last post, when gratitude is at play, EVERYONE is a winner! That’s right, Gratitude Improves Your Social Life!
When you’re in your best emotional and physical health, you’re relaxed, balanced and able to handle things in a much more understanding, compassionate, helpful, and kind manner. And who doesn’t love a person that allows them the safe space to just be?
Group therapy provides a convenient safety net on which to build our strength as individuals while discovering a common bond as part of a larger community. For many who are on the fence about individual therapy, group therapy provides a more comfortable and satisfying bridge to healing.
There is power in belonging.
Depression affects 350 million people worldwide. 1 in 5 New Yorkers experiences a mental health disorder in a given year. A large percentage of public high school students report feeling sad or hopeless on a daily basis. Stress-related medical conditions and diminished productivity in the workplace costs U.S. businesses around $300 billion a year!
Mental health affects all aspects of our lives — and will affect someone we know! We can and MUST all do something to help shed a more positive light on mental health.
Wondering how you can observe this day for yourself? Here are 7 ways to do so.
Honestly, it’s easy to get confused. It’s also easy to want to be confused as it’s often more acceptable to confess that you are struggling with stress than with depression. In our fast-paced, competitive, and wealth-driven societies, studies and surveys on stress are everywhere. Even though one condition is regularly concealed and the other so common, doesn’t mean we should remain uninformed or indifferent to the more severe signs and symptoms of both.