Some Mental Health Tips — onpathtogrowth

You have the power to enact real change in the way you think, behave, and cope on a daily basis. But you need to put in the work. It’s an established fact that nothing beats practice and determination. A therapist can teach you tools and help you with your concerns. But what happens outside of […]

Some Mental Health Tips — onpathtogrowth

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    1. Garima says:

      We all experience disappointment, loss, and change. And while a normal part of life, these emotions and experiences still cause sadness, anxiety, and stress. But just as physically healthy people are better able to bounce back from illness or injury; people with strong mental health are better able to bounce back from adversity, trauma, and stress. This skill is called resilience. People who are emotionally and mentally resilient have the tools for coping with difficult situations and maintaining a positive outlook. They remain focused, flexible, and productive, in bad times as well as good.

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      1. Garima says:

        It is not I agree. It rips your heart, sticks to your memory like leech and sucks the positivity out of you every time you try. But hey, we were not brought in this world to be sad and discouraged and depressed. We were born to be happy and content. So give yourself a scolding sometimes or multiple times if required and be reminded that few instances or memories in life DO NOT DEFINE YOU.

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      2. Haroon Mirza says:

        That’s the way to go

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      3. Garima says:

        Yassssss 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼

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      4. Haroon Mirza says:

        Thanks for inspiring

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  1. Kritika says:

    Nothing works unless you work for it.

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    1. Garima says:

      The key is to be true to yourself, to be true to the very best that is in you, and to live your life consistent with your highest values and aspirations. This is the only way to truly learn how to believe in yourself. Take some time to think about who you are and what you believe in and what is important to you.

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      1. Kritika says:

        Agree with you words. I adore your optimism. 👍

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      2. Garima says:

        Thank you. You can have much more optimism than I have. It is all to easy to focus on the negatives in your life but the focus should be on what you have positive in your life. List 10 things you are grateful for, which can be anything from reality TV to your family. It’ll change how you think, and thus how others feel around you. Try it today. I do it multiple times a day.

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      3. Kritika says:

        Ok I will start doing it from today. 👍🙏
        Thank you kindly 😊

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  2. Himanshu says:

    Great post.

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    1. Garima says:

      Glad you liked it Himanshu. A healthy body leads to a healthy mind. Studies have shown that exercise and proper diet actually improve mental capacity and longevity. Being overweight can lead to self-esteem issues and eventually depression, and a salt- and fat-heavy diet makes for a lethargic body and mind. Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, then join a gym or create your own home workout program and start addressing your physical health today.

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  3. Rohon Sharma says:

    Thanks for inspiring.

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  4. selenam23 says:

    It very true< we all have the power of our action. We are the only one who can control what we do. Thing around us can influence on it, but at the end we are the one who makes the decisions.

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  5. Sana says:

    Thanks for this! As a therapist I encourage my clients to do what work they can between sessions. Everyone works at their own pace, but it dramatically helps their growth if they can.

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    1. Garima says:

      I am glad you found this helpful Sana.

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  6. I love meditation. These days its so easy to meditate with free apps being readily available. A few other activities that help people with mindfulness is gardening and cooking!

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  7. Arisha Jana says:

    Worth a read for everyone!

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  8. Really helpful. Thank for sharing!

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    1. Garima says:

      Glad you liked them.

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  9. Loyce Atim says:

    Someone can only guide/help you but no one can do the things for you. You are the best helper for yourself.
    Thanks for the inspirational post. 🙂

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    1. Garima says:

      You are most welcome

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  10. shahjwal28 says:

    A pure delight to read and very helpful. Mental health is big problem these days and people are to be very honest not ready to accept it.
    I am Jwal shah an undergrad pharmacy student and i aspire to acquaint myself with knowledge on health and fitness.
    Thank you and once again your blog was really informative.

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  11. I liked the 3rd point. I agree that listening your inner voice is necessary.
    Thanks for the informative post..

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    1. Garima says:

      Glad you liked it Thiru.

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  12. Think Neha says:

    Agree with you optimistic article

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    1. GS says:

      Glad you agree.

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  13. abimcgpjnaik says:

    Love this, thank you for sharing! Mental health is so important and will always be a daily task. There is never a destination only a process of becoming more and more at rest within ourselves.

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    1. GS says:

      Yes we are all a work in progress at all times.

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  14. Mental health needs awareness and acceptance.

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  15. abimcgpjnaik says:

    I always love to see what mental health tips others come up with. It is inspiring to always see new ways of practicing better self-care!

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