In this episode, Cheddy and Michelle discuss: It is necessary to acknowledge your emotions and deal with them as they are experienced. It is not okay to discount your emotions or the emotions of others. Be sincere and not dismissive when dealing with...
In this episode, Cheddy and Michelle discuss:
- It is necessary to acknowledge your emotions and deal with them as they are experienced.
- It is not okay to discount your emotions or the emotions of others.
- Be sincere and not dismissive when dealing with people's emotions.
- Look at mental health as “Mental Hygiene” in order to treat it the same way you do personal, dental, and environmental hygiene.
- As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to an end, we urge you to seek the help you need. Mental Hygiene is an essential part of a healthy self-care routine.
- Emotions are indicators of your physical environment. Acknowledging them increases your self-awareness, and your surroundings.
- Acknowledging someone’s emotions does not mean agreeing with an individual, but it creates an environment of mutual respect which improves personal, social, and professional interactions.
- If you are experiencing a mental health crisis or emergency and need to talk to someone, here are some resources:
“I can at least acknowledge you as a human being and the feelings that you have right now. What can then transpire between two individuals when I acknowledge where you are at?” - Michelle Wickman
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