Emotional health, as defined by healthline.com, is a state of positive psychological functioning and is a fundamental aspect of fostering resilience, self-awareness, and overall contentment. It can be thought of as an extension of mental health; it's the "optimal functioning" end of the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that make up both our inner and outer worlds.
The most important thing we want you to do is: Seek help if you need it!!
Emotions are often difficult to control, but the development of coping strategies
to temper them can help develop a pattern of RESPONSE, not REACTION to emotion provoking
Coping strategies can include:
- Listening to music
- Talking to close friends or family
- Speaking to a therapist or spiritual leader
- Relaxation Breath Relaxation Breathing Technique
***2 Important Emotional Health Resource Links***
Access Emotional/Mental Health Self-Screening Tools at the following link:
Discover Accessible Resources for Diagnosis and Assistance at the link below:
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