Many people may handle their work, family duties and other day-to-day activities “okay,” yet inside they are feeling anxious, sad, stuck, and lonely.
If you find yourself quietly nodding along to that statement, it may be a wake-up call that you need to make your mental health more of a priority.
Below, we’ve curated some articles that can help you start feeling better and taking control of your mental and emotional health and well-being. These resources can help you move from “just getting by” to feeling happier, hopeful, and more connected.
Building your self-care toolbox
Feeling down? Know when to get help
Men and mental health: What you should know
Feeling like you can’t cope with life?
The importance of winding down
Take more nature breaks for better health
Coping with the anniversary of a traumatic event
Exercise for focus, moods, and more
Protect your child’s mental well-being
Coping during times of extreme stress
Plus, check out these other helpful resources Health Advocate has created for you:
- Are you or a loved one at risk for depression? Download and print this assessment and find out.
- Take one minute just for YOU and watch our short video!
Need more help?
If feelings of depression, anxiety, and other mental health challenges persist and won’t go away, it may be time for you to seek additional help. Talking to a qualified counselor, who can provide confidential support for emotional, family and work issues, can make all the difference to help you regain better well-being.