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Finding Ikigai

What’s your reason to get out of bed in the morning? Your answer may hold the key to living a meaningful life.

A holistic approach to mental health wellness

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.

Do’s and Dont’s Supporting a Loved One Who Has Lost Someone to Suicide

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”

6 Ways Companies can Help Reduce the Risk for Suicide in the Workplace

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”

Note To Self: I am Enough

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”

Note To Self: Knowing Myself

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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