Self-Care – Self-care is any activity that we do deliberately in order to take care of our mental, emotional, and physical health.
Relationships – The relationships we form with other people are vital to our mental emotional wellbeing. It is important to understand how healthy relationships work and recognize what they look like.
Resilience – Dealing with change or loss is an inevitable part of life. Resiliency is the behaviors, thoughts, and action that you can learn and develop to help adapt to life-changing and stressful situations.
Generosity – Through generosity, the sensitivity that we feel toward another person allows us to be more sensitive to ourselves and to give ourselves more value.
Awareness – By learning about mental health, including facts, myths, symptoms, and resources, we can raise awareness.
Physical Health – Physical activity can decrease stress hormones, distract from negative thoughts and emotions, promote confidence, provide social support and create a buffer against stress and anxiety.
Emotions – Emotions play an important role in how we think and behave. Recognizing our emotions and learning to manage them is one of the most important skills we can have.
Mindset – Positive thinking is a mental and emotional attitude that focuses on the bright side of life and expects positive results. Having a positive mindset means making positive thinking a habit.
Prevention – In terms of mental wellness, prevention is learning how to decrease risk factors and increase protective factors to help us face mental health challenges.
Support – Mental health support is anything that people give or receive to protect and promote their mental health and wellbeing.
Gratitude – Gratitude is the expression of appreciation for what one has. Feeling grateful boosts happiness and fosters both physical and mental health.
Community – Community is about connections. Being part of a community can have a positive effect on mental health and emotional well-being.