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How to improve your mental wellbeing

How to improve your mental wellbeing


Mental health is a kind of stealth condition. It is present there in our minds with no sign of presence leaving us totally unaware. Then as its dormant phase ends it starts surfacing and I will like to tell you these conditions can get you on your knees if cross a level of negligence. Here I will try to make you aware of the facts and fictions about the mental wellbeing. Remember there is no wealth like health, you have heard this before as “health is wealth”; see how preoccupied you are to not make out this simple fact. If you did good, no actually excellent! And rest of you back benchers you were not able to guess, be on your seats and pay attention. Class starts!

Mental well being

We are not actually aware what does mental wellbeing means. Mental wellbeing means to be stable mentally and not allow adverse situations affect you. It means to taking care of ourselves, see ourselves as some worthy and judge ourselves aptly. It also means not to feel those emotions that cause harm to you or if I fail to deliver what I want to say. Then in words of Sarah Stewart-Brown I will be said as “Of course, good mental wellbeing does not mean that you never experience feelings or situations that you find difficult. But it does mean that you feel you have the resilience to cope when times are tougher than usual.”

Improvement of your mental wellbeing is a long term process that starts with small steps. I am giving you the steps you need to follow, remember no leaping is allowed:

  • Communicate
  • Remain in active mode
  • Always be a learner
  • Be wise and give to others
  • Live the moment

Seriously I care how you are because you live next to me if you will burn I will feel the heat.

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