Mental Health Programs
It’s important to get exercise and have a healthy diet, but we can’t forget about our overall well-being. The stress and anxiety that we feel can often have detrimental effects on our body, leading to long term health issues.
Stress and anxiety
None of us are immune to occasional stress and anxiety. When it becomes a habit we should probably take a closer look. There are many ways to help us work through patterns of stress that affect us regularly, there are also techniques that can reduce stress immediately.
Depression in our society is increasing at an alarming rate. Our lives have become difficult to manage and our minds tend to spin out of control. Many experiences can contribute to our depression, but ultimately, it’s up to us to dig our way out.
Many of us have significant upheaval in our life during transitional phases, divorce and separation, illness, death of a loved one. Our lives can spiral out of control during these times as we tend to focus on what we’ve lost and the negative side of what our lives look like given our new situation. Sometimes our focus becomes fearful because we don’t know how to fill the gaps that have recently been created.
Others of us find that we seem to be running in circles,
We might experience a lot of anxiety and stress in our lives simply as result of imbalance. When what we truly value suffers at the expense of overly focusing on a single aspect of our lives at the expense of other areas, we can start to feel stuck and hopeless.