Mental Health

Mental Health


Building Resilience

Thursday, October 5, 2023 - 09:30

Resilience, the power to recover swiftly from adversity and grow stronger from challenge, is a vital quality that adapts to different contexts. On a personal level, it means not just bouncing back from tough situations, but also learning and developing skills to adjust even more effectively in the future.

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Back-to-School Mental Wellness: A guide for educators and school employees

Tuesday, August 29, 2023 - 11:00

As the new school year approaches, educators and staff are gearing up to welcome students back to the halls of learning. In this blog, we'll explore strategies to prioritize and nurture your mental wellness as you prepare for the upcoming school year.

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Wednesday, June 28, 2023 - 11:45

Holding onto hurt and anger can harm our well-being, hindering our ability to enjoy life and leading to depression. However, forgiveness offers numerous health benefits, including reduced stress, a healthier heart, lower blood pressure, and improved mental well-being.

Understanding Forgiveness:
Forgiveness can be approached as decisional or emotional. Decisional forgiveness involves consciously choosing to forgive, while emotional forgiveness goes beyond the decision by replacing negative emotions with positive ones.

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Mental Health Support

Tuesday, May 23, 2023 - 10:30

Mental illness affects millions of people worldwide, but many don't seek help due to stigma, access to care, or misconceptions. However, people with mental illness can live full and rewarding lives with proper support and treatment. Mental illnesses are caused by chemical imbalances in the brain and can trigger a range of symptoms, including depression, anxiety, mood swings, and hallucinations. People may be afraid to seek help due to concerns about their job or relationships, but employees are protected by laws that safeguard privacy and prevent discrimination.

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Tuesday, March 28, 2023 - 16:45

The ability to bounce back from difficult situations, or resilience, can have multiple benefits such as enhancing decision-making and performance in high-stress circumstances, promoting better overall health, and reducing the risk of stress-related illnesses. A robust capacity for resilience enables individuals to creatively navigate challenging situations and learn valuable lessons from setbacks. It is important to note that resilience is not an inherent trait, but rather a set of behaviors, thoughts, and actions that can be acquired and honed by anyone.

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