Emotional Wellness Office of Health Education and Promotion –

Office of Health Education and Promotion - Emotional Wellness

Education Wellness :-

Office of Health Education and Promotion – Emotional Wellness

Signs of Emotional Wellness

  • Ability to talk with someone about your emotional concerns and share your feelings with others
  • Saying “no” when you need to without feeling guilty
  • You feel content most of the time
  • Feeling you have people in your life that care about you- a strong support network
  • Being able to relax
  • Feeling good about who you are

Explore Emotional Wellness

STRESS MANAGEMENT

Feeling stressed is a normal and learning how to cope with stress is essential to being emotionally well. How each of us responds to stress is as individual as we are.

  • Are You Stressed?
  • 10 Stress Reduction Tips
  • Is Stress Impacting Your Sleep?
  • Qualities of Good Relationships

MENTAL HEALTH

  • Mental Health in College
  • Resiliency & Bouncing Back
  • Coping with Grief
  • Understanding Anger
  • Body Image

COMMUNICATION & RELATIONSHIPS

  • Becoming a Clear Communicator
  • What is Assertiveness
  • Qualities of Good Relationships

Sleep

  • How to get a good night’s sleep

Resources at UNH to Enhance Emotional* Wellness

The following services are available for all UNH students:

  • Wellness Education/Counseling
  • Medical Care
  • Counseling Center

Being emotionally well is more than just handling stress emotional wellness. It also involves being attentive to your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, whether positive or negative.  Emotional Wellness implies the ability to be aware of and accept our feelings, rather than deny them, have an optimistic approach to life, and enjoy life despite its occasional disappointments and frustrations.

If you are a person engaged in the process of emotional wellness, you are willing and able to:

  • Arrive at personal choices and decisions based upon the synthesis of feelings, thoughts, philosophies, and behavior.
  • Live and work independently while realizing the importance of seeking and appreciating the support and assistance of others.
  • Form interdependent relationships with others based upon a foundation of mutual commitment, trust and respect.
  • Take on challenges, take risks, and recognize conflict as being potentially healthy.
  • Manage your life in personally rewarding ways, and taking responsibility for your actions.

The Path to Emotional Wellness

The path to emotional wellness may involve:

  • Awareness of thoughts and feelings
  • Using a positive attitude
  • Seeking support and expressing emotions in a suitable manner
  • Setting priorities
  • Accepting mistakes and learning from them

The path may also involve seeking out support from a mental health professional when needed and gathering information in order to make informed value decisions.

Are you engaged in the process of emotional wellness?

Evaluate your own emotional* wellness with this brief quiz.

  • Am I able to maintain a balance of work, family, friends, and other obligations?
  • Do I have ways to reduce stress in my life?
  • Am I able to make decisions with a minimum of stress and worry?
  • Am I able to set priorities?

If you answered “No” to any of the questions, it may indicate an area where you need to improve the state of your emotional wellness.

 Provided by : https://wellness.ucr.edu

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