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Things That Mentally Healthy People Do Differently

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others and make choices. Mental health is importance at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.
Most times when we hear something, anything, being discussed about mental health, the context is usually negative. For example, we’ll often watch news anchors explain that some violent act was committed by someone known to have “mental health issues.” Less frequently discussed are the positive aspects of mental health – something that we’d like to focus on today.

HERE ARE THINGS THAT MENTALLY HEALTHY PEOPLE DO DIFFERENTLY:

THEY HAVE A POSITIVE SOCIAL CIRCLE

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The idea that social interaction is important to mental and physical health has been hinted at and studied for years.

THEY ARE PROACTIVE, RATHER THAN REACTIVE

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The inclination to consistently improve oneself, as opposed to simply reacting to environmental stimuli, is directly connected to mental health. Having a proactive mindset displays self-awareness and a willingness to work towards a long-term goal.

THEY CARE FOR THEIR BODY

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Understanding that one’s body is directly connected to one’s mind is a vital piece of knowledge. A physically active lifestyle is an ubiquitous tendency among those with a healthy state of mind.

THEY POSSESS GOOD EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

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Emotional intelligence is simply the ability to understand emotions and their subsequent impacts on mind and body. Capably interpreting what’s going on inside your mind and body subsequently enables you to do something about them.

THEY ARE SELF-GUIDED AND PRODUCTIVE

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Being able to guide yourself in a positive way is a surefire sign of mental health. People with mental health problems are often a “victim” of their circumstances. In contrast, mentally healthy people are able to understand their situation and make something positive happen.

If you’re setting goals and making them part of your daily life, you are likely both disciplined and mentally-healthy. Giving way to instant gratification and/or always feeling lethargic may indicate a problem.

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