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Do You Avoid Processing Problems?

It’s important to accept the situations in life that we cannot change, actively work to process the mental
struggles associated with big changes, manage anger and frustration, recognize when trauma may be affecting
your mental health, challenge negative thinking patterns and make time to take care of yourself.

There are practical tools that everyone can use to improve their mental health and increase resiliency, regardless
of the situations, they are dealing with.

For MBWCF Members: Ways to Support Employees Who May Be Overloaded or Under Stress by LifeWorks

#FrameofMindFriday #Tools2Thrive #MentalHealthMonth #MHM2021