Mental health is more than just the absence of mental illness. Positive mental health is a combination of feeling good and functioning well.
Is your glass half-empty or half-full? How you answer this question about positive thinking may reflect your outlook, attitude, and even affect your health.
By challenging negative self-talk and replacing pessimistic thoughts with more positive ones, people can learn how to become more optimistic.
Abuse, neglect, social isolation and the pressures of online learning: the coronavirus has robbed many students of valuable face-to-face guidance.
Emotions have the greatest influence on how we learn, process, communicate, set goals and organize our lives. Emotional health needs to be a primary focus.
Struggles can take us by surprise. Learning healthy ways to move through adversity can help us cope better and recover more quickly.