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Mental health

Written by Karl Perera BA, MA, DipLC
Updated: May 15th, 2020

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Personal mental health is important if you want to build your self esteem and confidence. Personal mental health guides you towards happiness and success.

 

Personal mental health comes from the doing right things to find inner strength.

Personal Mental health is something you should give priority to. You need to feed the brain inspirational and positive messages and maintain self esteem. Are you healthy in mind and body?

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Personal mental health comes from good. Evil leads to sickness of the mind. Happiness is only possible for you if you choose to be a good person. Helping others brings immense benefits and satisfaction, therefore happiness.

Beauty Inside

Our modern world is filled with dangers and bad news but you can only control what is inside of you. Why not make your inner world one of peace and beauty? Filling your mind and imagination with goodness and peaceful thoughts can create a positive atmosphere inside you. Do it.

Personal mental health can be increased if you:

  • Smile and laugh more
  • Don’t take yourself or life so seriously
  • Realize that if you fail it is not the end of the world
  • Walk everyday whenever you can (for exercise but also your brain needs fresh air)
  • Dream about new possibilities
  • Reflect on your successes and believe in yourself
  • Do things you love as often as possible
  • Welcome new challenges and experiences
  • Focus on what is right rather than what is wrong with you or your life
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On this subject here are more good ideas for you:

  • Do not watch, listen or read negative or evil things (especially violent, depressive or insane things)
  • Try to avoid becoming obsessed with anything (moderation is self-control)
  • Try to find beauty in everything and put your focus on beautiful things
  • Enjoy some quiet time each day
  • Try to help others
  • Encourage and want others to succeed
  • Be generous in everyway including financially
  • Be honest to yourself and others

I believe we are meant to be healthy and illness often comes as a result of negative thinking.

So be positive, caring and love others and you will find happiness!

One of the most important factors in your self esteem is learning to appreciate who you are. This can only happen if you take the time to get to know yourself better. One way to get into touch with your own feelings and values is through a technique that involves touch. If you are interested in finding out more how this works the process and benefits are explained here: Bloch Healing Touch Psychotherapy in Cheshire and Manchester . This technique is particularly useful for those who are not able to benefit from talk therapy such as the disabled.

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Website Author and Editor Bio

Photo of Karl Perera, MA, DipLC Karl Perera is a fully qualified Life Coach (DipLC), Teacher (MA) and author of Self Esteem Secrets. He has taught at various universities including Durham, Leicester and Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge. He has run More-SelfEsteem.com since 1997 and is an expert in Self Esteem and Self Confidence.

5 thoughts on “Mental health”

  1. Anonymous

    Ultimately, will you not become extremely successful if you are obsessed with your craft? There seems to be a negative connotation around obsessiveness that I do not quite understand.

  2. clarence warlick

    I appreciate what you’ve published. To me it is very spirit reinforcing…thank you

  3. Vikas Mishra

    Principles provided here for living a happy and meaningful life are simple, yet highly powerful. Their successful implementation can enrich anyone’s life for the better. Kudos to Mr Perera

  4. karl perera

    I would love to hear what you think and feel about this page, how is your personal mental health and well-being?

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