When the love fades away and you lose that person you thought was “the one,” how do you get over that person and move on with your life? Getting over past relationships is difficult, and losing someone you love can be heartbreaking. It's likely that you feel as if you have lost everything and, at this stage, you might not even be able to process the fact that your relationship is over. But with time, emotional acceptance, and a few proactive measures on your part, soon you'll be able to return to your life wholeheartedly.
Problems are forever and we can’t avoid them. You’ll wake up tomorrow and have problems for breakfast. You’ll jump on the train and read a problem in your email inbox. You’ll get to the office and get a problem smack bang in your pretty face!
Tough times are inevitable in life, whether you're dealing with a serious health problem or you're faced with a financial crisis. And it's during those tough times that your mental strength will be tested.
Most people have a fear of disappointing others, but the trickiest situation of all is when we disappoint ourselves.
The term wellness has been applied in many ways. It is much more than just physical health, exercise, and nutrition. Wellness is multidimensional including: Spiritual, Physical, Emotional, Career, Intellectual, Environmental, Social (SPECIES). Wellness is a full integration and the pursuit of continued growth and balance in these seven dimensions of wellness.
Humans are social creatures. We’re meant to have relationships and connections for our health and wellness. You could be eating a healthy well-balanced diet, getting enough sleep and exercising but still missing a vital part of your overall health. With an ageing population and the increased profile of mental health, the community is more aware of social health. Research has proven that good social wellness has both physical and mental benefits.