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Emotional And Mental Health

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There are times that we feel depressed, anxious, and lonely due to some unexpected changes in our life, or loss of a loved one, heartbreak, or that kind of loneliness that you don’t even know the reason behind. The truth of the matter is, these emotions are normal and healthy because we are human beings. What makes it abnormal is when these emotions become excessive and distressing that which affects your day-to-day living. When you can’t do anything or can’t eat or can’t function on your daily responsibilities because you lose interest and feel so tired and depressed that you think you have no reason for living. This is the time that you need professional help because it is not healthy anymore.

Emotional Health

According to a licensed psychologist, July Fraga, PsyD, “emotional health focuses on being in tune with our emotions, vulnerability, and authenticity”. In other words, it involves how we manage and express our emotions that are appropriate to our age.  It is the most important part of our well-being. If we can’t handle our emotions properly, our physical well-being and so our mental health will be affected.

Mental Health

Mental health refers to our response to our thoughts, actions, and everything around us. It covers our well-being psychologically, socially, and emotionally, our mental health has a big role in how we manage stress in our relationship, career, and different areas of our life. If we are coping with these stress factors properly and able to overcome them, our mental health status is in shape. People with mental health problems oftentimes show symptoms like; frequent changes in mood, excessive sleeping, like getting drunk always, use of prohibited drugs, insomnia, overeating or undereating, lack of energy, and always tired.

What Is The Difference Between Emotional Health And Mental Health?

  1. Mental health involves how your mind processes information and experiences and how you understand them, while emotional health involves how you react to the information and experiences.
  2. Mental health also involves how you make decisions while emotional focuses on how you manage emotions.
  3. Even though you have mental issues, you can still have good emotional health and vice versa.

If you are emotionally healthy, you are in control of your thoughts, actions, and behaviors. And remember, it doesn’t mean that when you have good emotional health, you can’t feel depressed or lonely. Emotionally healthy means, you can cope up with your emotions and get back up after your setbacks. In mental health issues, in some cases, it is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain or it could be hereditary. Mental health problems can be triggered by stress, family and work problems, or grief. If ever you are struggling with your mental health or emotional health, there are many ways to divert your focus instead of dwelling on your own problems. Knowing the differences between these two terms will help you get started on how to deal when something goes above normal.

Jene See
the authorJene See
A Home-based Entrepreneur and Blogger For me, being a home-based entrepreneur, parent and blogger has been quite an experience. Here’s how I got started on it all. Where I’ve been Becoming a blogger and a hardcore, home-based entrepreneur wasn’t exactly a planned career action for me. I can almost say I didn’t see it coming. It all started when I got pregnant with my first child. Back then, I was still working as a flight attendant, and I have to admit that I really loved my job. But when that baby came on board, I decided that I wanted to be as involved in my child’s life as I could possibly be. Once I’d made my decision, I swung into action. I quit my job and quickly made plans for a new (and different) life with the baby in mind. My foray into the glamorous world of entrepreneurship and blogging was a little more abrupt. This started a lot more recently.   I first came into contact with these products sometime around two years ago. In 2018, my aunt-in-law would be the first person to preach to me the wonders of Aulora Kodenshi. I confess that I was very skeptical back then. As I mentioned earlier, I didn’t see myself as an entrepreneur (or even a blogger for that matter). I felt I was comfortable in my role as a housewife and that picking up endeavors like that was for people who had more money to “waste.” I decided to continue to keep my focus as a good mother and an ideal housewife. The plan was, if I kept feeding my family good food and making sure that they all exercised regularly, there wouldn’t ever be a need to buy any of the products my husband’s aunt talked to me about. As it turned out, I’d not end up buying the products; I’d also become one of its most vocal advocates. How I Got Here Our second child got a case of eczema when she was about 18 months old. Ever since that time, every so often, she’d have a rather severe outbreak. The doctors would always tell us it was nothing serious, nothing to bother about, and we believed them for the most part. A reason for this was that almost like clock-work, she’d always get better after every 3-6 months. All of this changed though in February 2019. She had an outbreak, and we thought it was normal until she scratched so hard she drew blood. We tried everything to no avail. Frustrated, I decided to try SHIRUTO, one of the many products from BE International. In no time at all, the eczema and even the scars cleared up. I was so excited, I took to my social media page to share my joy, and that’s how I got into blogging and entrepreneurship. Plans for the Future I’m happy with where I am right now. I have a healthy family with a career I want to see grow. I don’t conform to the classic stay-at-mom routine of waking early in the morning. I do my best work at night when everyone’s happy and rested. The goal is to continue to remain healthy and inspire everyone around me to be free and keep those positive vibes flowing strong!

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