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Build better boundaries: 6 ways you can protect your personal self and make sure you are treated the way you deserve
Boundaries are basic guidelines that people create to establish how others should behave around them, including what actions are okay, what are not, and how to respond if someone breaches those limitations. We asked Ria Tirazona, RPsy, of Psych Consult Inc to suggest ways you can build better boundaries and maintain them.
Are you what others would call a “people pleaser?” Do you say “Yes” to every favor or request that is asked of you? Heres how to hold your ground and know where you stand.
What’s your reason to get out of bed in the morning? Your answer may hold the key to living a meaningful life.
Make exercise an enjoyable part of your everyday life so you can reap the benefits in the future.
This week, we will show tips on how you can acquire positive mental health by also aiming for physical, emotional, behavioral, intellectual, social, and spiritual wellness.
Self-confidence is more than just believing that you can do things; it also means that you are aware of your weaknesses and limitations, but accept them so that you still have a positive view about yourself.
We asked MindNation’s go-to psychologist Riyan Portuguez RPsy RPm to answer the 10 most common questions about mental health!
How do we now grieve the loss of a loved one during the coronavirus pandemic?
Family mealtimes are not just for rest and sustenance; research has shown that when families eat together, the members reap gains that go beyond better physical health. Below are 4 research-backed reasons why eating together as a family can contribute to improved mental and emotional well-being: 1. Children tend to be happier. Because eating togetherContinue reading “4 Psychological Benefits of Family Meals”
CONTENT WARNING: This article includes descriptions of suicide that may disturb some readers If comforting a sad friend is hard, supporting someone who has lost a loved one to suicide is especially difficult and awkward. Often times, the grieving person is not just depressed — they may also be feeling a mix of guilt, confusion,Continue reading “Do’s and Dont’s Supporting a Loved One Who Has Lost Someone to Suicide”
Someone who feels hopeless believes that nothing good can happen, that a happy ending is impossible. Whether it’s because you lost your job because of the pandemic and are having difficulty finding another one, or you ended a romantic relationship and feel that you will never find love again, you can say that you’re feelingContinue reading “9 Things to Do When You are Feeling Hopeless”
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to shift to a work-from-home set-up. While some have made the transition to working from home with ease, others are struggling to adapt. This is because remote teams have fewer opportunities to socialize and get to know each other, which can lead to feelings of isolation and disconnectionContinue reading “6 Virtual Team-Building Ideas You Can Do Anytime.”
CONTENT WARNING: This article includes descriptions of suicide that may disturb some readers Workplace suicide is defined as suicide in or outside the workplace, which may involve an employee, supplier, a significant customer, a family member, a close friend of any of the above. When it occurs, it has a devastating impact on the emotionalContinue reading “6 Ways Companies can Help Reduce the Risk for Suicide in the Workplace”
Psychologists describe self-esteem as a person’s overall sense of worth or value. It is a measure of how much you appreciate and like yourself, including how you look and what you believe about yourself (“I am loved” vs. “I am worthless”). Your self-esteem can affect whether you: Like and value yourself as a person AreContinue reading “Note To Self: I am Enough”
More often than not, we go through our lives on autopilot, with little awareness that we are brushing our teeth, putting on your shoes, or sometimes even eating. While there is nothing really wrong with being unmindful of these little actions, the danger arises when we do not pay attention to our more significant behaviors,Continue reading “Note To Self: Knowing Myself”
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