Am I feel mentally well?
Not many people ask themselves this question in their everyday lives.
We watch our body, listen to other’s perspective, focus on our works. We often ignore that our mind is essentially a delicate organ that needs our attention and care.
we might, as adults, think since it has been strong enough to handle flows of information, changes in life and those either trivial or critical bits in countless moments, a self-introspection on one’s mentality should be favored as a spiritual pursuit or an exclusive episode of a lonely night. Thus we are not properly knowing what we really need and how to satisfy the need.
No, i am not discussing a metaphysical or existential thesis here. It is just a real-life issue, pertaining your body, your perception and your lover. Mental wellness is a state of mind, and thus it is a state of body (let’s override the body/mind dualism). We should not neglect the physical signals emitted from our body,
At the beginning of the winter semester, you might have been loading yourself increasingly with tasks, jobs and personal affairs. To help yourself manage stress and achieve efficient & healthy academic life, Student Wellness Services provides plenty of online and in-person resources for mental health instruction. Their Student Health 101 is online health and wellness magazine designed for University students. It offers lots of valuable information about how to get the most out of your time at Queen’s.
Moreover, mental health myths and facts is able to provide you a critical perspective on defining mental health, and how we should approach it.
Nursing your strength with more self-knowledge on mental wellness will nourish a sense of reliability and confidence. Check out Student Wellness Services website to get yourself some extra help with Queen’s wellness promotion resources at anytime.