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Have you felt agitated by something? Or course you have, who hasn’t. I want to share with you how you can use your agitation to aid your, life and resolve the issues you may be facing.
Feeling agitated is naturally associated with being a bad feeling. And that agitation can get in the way of feeling good.
Actually, that feeling is very important – it is there to tell you what is wrong! Think of it as passing a warning sign; when you pass it, you know to be wary and to change your direction.
In this blog, I want to share with you how to not only eliminate boredom but also how to use that feeling to enhance your life.
Boredom is linked to both anxiety and stress. It’s something that holds you back from feeling able to concentrate on a task or commit to anything.
You may know what you want but when you feel bored it stops you feeling able to concentrate.
In this week’s blog, I want to share why boredom stops you from being motivated and driven.
Boredom is a part of life that many of feel on a daily basis. The reason that you feel bored is that you feel you have nothing to do, or that you are not getting the same enjoyment from your daily activities that you used to.
Talking about mental health can be anxiety provoking. Especially when someone else’s mental health is in question.
You might feel like you should be there for them, but don’t know where to start or how to approach the subject.
It can feel impossible to talk to a loved one when you’re feeling sad, upset or depressed.
When it comes to mental health you may feel that you should be able to cope by yourself. If you hurt your back, broke your arm or sprained your wrist, you wouldn’t hesitate to tell others that you had hurt yourself.
So, why should talking about your mental health be any different?