If you have a past with which you feel dissatisfied, then forget it, now. Imagine a new story for your life and believe in it...” Paul Coelho
Here is a glimpse into Laura Burke’s personal experience about her recovery and road to finding emotional wellness. As recipient of “Inspiring Lives Award” for contributions to mental health awareness in Canada, Laura shows us anything is possible when we map out goals, value ourselves no matter how big the challenge we face, and move in the way of our dreams.
Emotionally aware people are known to experience greater success in their careers, and a greater sense of well-being in their personal lives. Studies show, success doesn’t lead to emotional health and happiness, but rather the other way around. The emotionally healthy experience positive moods, feel more confident, more optimistic, more energetic, and more sociable. These factors lead to greater success in many aspects of life. Source American Psychological Association
As we continue with more studies around mind, body and health, we are learning more about the connection between good mental health and good physical health. Psychological studies show that your mind and your body are strongly linked. As your mental health declines, your physical health can wear down, and if your physical health declines, it can make you feel mentally “down.” A positive outlook can help keep you healthy. Read story.
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