Emotional Wellness–100 Things To Do Part 3

Here are some of the things you can do to enhance your emotional wellness.

Find your passion:

Do something you love as it will help you enjoy life and feel contented throughout life. Your passion doesn’t have to be what you do for living. It can be your hobby and doing it regularly is important to feeling satisfied in life, thus enhancing your emotional wellness.

Don’t let big projects intimidate you:

Sometimes we are overwhelmed by trying to pursue big goals and try to tackle everything all at once. So a better way to pursue our dreams is to take the long-term goals as a process and focus on accomplishing one thing at a time. Break down the big goals into smaller chunks so they’re more manageable.

Surround yourself with positive people:

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When you’re surrounded by positive people in your life it’s much easier to remain positive. On the other hand negative people bring negative energy and it’ll bring you down quickly. So pick the people you spend time with, positive ones will lift you up and support you in ways that you need.

Separate yourself from what is happening around you:

You can’t always control what’s happening in your life but you can control how you response to what’s happening. And you’re not your problems or circumstances. The bad situations will end one day and you’ll move on. So learn to focus on what you can control and don’t worry about what you can’t.

Care for your body:

Cherish the body you have and take care of your health cause nothing is more important than that. If you allow physical problems to go unattended it can contribute to emotional distress too. Thus take good care of your body and you’ll reap the reward of good health.

Set boundaries for emotional wellness:

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If you’ve firm boundaries set, others will know how to treat you and also what they can expect from you as a friend and companion. If you allow other people to step across those boundaries, then you’re not valuing your own needs. Be an advocate for yourself cause everyone matters.

Cultivate your gratitude for emotional wellness:

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Being appreciative of the things you have in life is a great way to feel contented and happy. So spend some time each day acknowledging the things that you’re grateful for. Focus on the positive things in your life. You might want to keep a gratitude journal, it will allow you to review and reflect periodically at what is right in your life.

Be responsible for your happiness:

The one and only person that can really make you happy in life is yourself. Therefore don’t expect others to make you happy or contribute to your happiness long term.

Work on your emotional regulation:

Keep your emotions under control and don’t allow them to consume you in ways that will influence your behavior. Having emotional wellness is about having balance. And if you practice emotional regulation it will enable you to feel emotions without them affecting how you behave.

Treat yourself like you treat your friends:

Often we’re much kinder and generous to other people than we are to ourselves. Be understanding and forgiving to yourself as you will be to others.

Drink in moderation:

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Alcohol is a depressant. Even though it can help reduce stress in moderate amounts, it can exacerbate other emotional problem if you drink in excess. So don’t drink more than you should and don’t drink just to feel better, which is never a healthy practice.

You may be interested in Emotional Wellness Part 2.

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