How to handle loss and grief, when things go wrong, and upsets when relationships blow-up
- Your Mind
Being healthy means dealing with the changes in your body - and your mind. Relationships, body image, families, emotions ... sort it all out in this section. This is an excellent compehensive resource for mental health - intended for teens but equally relevant for all.
- Understanding Emotions
Our ability to view situations objectively and thus to understand ourselves and other people depends on balancing and integrating the head and heart.
- How to Let Go of Past Loves
If you are stuck in an emotional tie that no longer serves you, it’s time to set yourself free. Here are 12 fool-proof ways to enjoy the present and release your past.
- Mistaken Beliefs: The Cause of Much Emotional Upset
A professional therapist explains how mistaken and irrational beliefs fuel depression, anxiety and anger.
- Elizabeth Kubler Ross Grief Cycle model
Her ideas, notably the five stages of grief model (denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance), are also transferable to personal change and emotional upset resulting from factors other than death and dying. We can clearly observe similar reactions in people confronted with far less serious traumas than death and bereavement, such as by work redundancy, enforced relocation, crime and punishment, disability and injury, relationship break-up, financial despair and bankruptcy, etc.
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