Focus on progress, not perfection
There's an easier path to take toward achieving your goals. Learn how with these suggestions for reframing your mindset and making healthy changes in your life.
Be kind to yourself: How self-compassion can improve your resiliency
Learn how to enhance your self-compassion and boost your resiliency by being kinder to yourself. Others in your life will benefit as well.
Change your mind to grow
Facing challenges or criticism with a growth mindset will help you overcome those pesky negative thoughts, increase your resiliency and bounce back more quickly from setbacks.
Passive-aggressive behavior: What are the red flags?
Learn about the signs of this indirect way of expressing negative feelings.
Mental health: What's normal, what's not
Normal mental health vs. mental illness — Find out how mental disorders are defined and diagnosed.
Friendships: Enrich your life and improve your health
Friendships can have a major impact on your health and well-being. Follow these tips to make and sustain lasting friendships.
Self-esteem: Take steps to feel better about yourself
Overcome negative self-talk and low self-esteem by using techniques from mental health counseling.
Anger management: 10 tips to tame your temper
Want to get your anger under control? Start by considering these 10 anger management tips.
Stay healthy by making friends
Strong relationships with your partner, friends and other loved ones can motivate you to take good care of yourself. These relationships can also be an important buffer from the stresses of everyday life. Take time to nurture your relationships, starting today.
Put a leash on anger
Do you find yourself fuming when someone cuts you off in traffic? Anger is a common and even healthy emotion, but it's important to deal with it in a positive way. Uncontrolled anger can take a toll on your health and your relationships. To get your anger under control, try these tips: 1. Take a timeout from the situation. 2. When you're calm, express your concern. 3. Use humor to defuse tensions. It may be challenging at first, but with time and effort, healthy responses may come naturally.
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