Global learning and teaching in the 21st Century with the use of technology, computers, and internet, form huge and rich e-learning opportunities. We have grown beyond the capacity ever imagined. Since 1989 start-up of the World Wide Web (WWW), we can teach and learn for ourselves for free and pay for online classes and workshops at will. Answers to questions at our fingertips at any time day or night. E-Learning is also part of video-based learning an example of the many creative means in which to serve us in self-instruction to view, listen, interact, explore and process information at leisure. Taking precautionary safety measures on WWW is crucial. Our enjoyment in growth and learning must strive for excellence in meeting E-learning goals.

A reminder this page intends to offer relatable information of a varied nature to aid conscious awareness of emotions and to explore ways to reach optimal emotional health. However, we in no way give medical advice. Being curious is key. Take care at any time if sensing overwhelming thoughts, feelings or emotions to want to cause self-harm  If so, call 911 or immediately go to the nearest hospital emergency room.


Good emotional health is being aware of our emotions, thoughts, feelings and behaviors, all part of working at keeping our level of stress under check. Here are some suggested links to get you started on keeping emotional-fit.

– is an interactive website based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and consists of self-instructing modules. At the end of each module we can apply the material to our personal circumstances and it includes a series of activities to do this. MoodGYM has received several IT and health awards, with over 200,000 registered users worldwide.

Similar tools to Moodgym::

HELPGUIDEorg – Emotional Intelligence Toolkit  —  a free program to offer tools for managing stress and emotions, improving your relationships, and bringing your life into balance. HelpGuide offers Audio Meditations   to show how they can have many benefits  such as reduce stress, increase calm and focus, and promotes greater physical and emotional well-being. Anyone can do it, and the rewards can come quickly. These guided meditations will help you get started.

TED Talks presents a series of talks on Emotions. Here’s a chance to watch, listen or read transcripts from some of the finest thinkers in the world sharing their views on Emotions and a host of other topics to suit your curiosity.  

FamilyDoctor – Emotional Health – describes emotional health is an important part of overall health. People who are emotionally healthy are in control of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. They’re able to cope with life’s challenges. They can keep problems in perspective and bounce back from setbacks. They feel good about themselves and have good relationships.

Emotional Wellness Toolkit – US National Institute of Health describes how you feel can affect your ability to carry out everyday activities, your relationships, and your overall mental health. How you react to your experiences and feelings can change over time. Emotional wellness is the ability to successfully handle life’s stresses and adapt to change and difficult times. Flip each card below for checklists on how to improve your health in each area. Click on the images to read articles about each topic. You can also print the checklists separately or all together to share with others or as a reminder to yourself.

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(Page updated Aug 1, 2020)

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