Your mental wellbeing can change from moment to moment, how well you are feeling and how you can cope day to day.
Take some me time
Don’t feel guilty taking time for yourself, but it’s essential and can help you cope. Start a hobby such as crocheting, read a book, have a bath. Having somewhere in your home that you feel comfortable to escape to will be a great benefit.
If you feel you can go out, try a long walk or a trip to the cinema.
Develop confident and self-awareness, some people like to study numerology to help this – check out this site
Learn new skills
Learning a new skill or working towards a qualification can give you something to focus on, it could give you the opportunity to develop a career or further a current one. It can increase confidence and give a great sense of achievement.
Have positive relationships
Having positive people around you to talk about how you feel can be so helpful, make sure to keep in touch with friends and family even if it’s just a text.
If you struggle with friendships, perhaps join a group – it will be a good starting point to have similar interests such as sport, dancing or a craft such as drawing.
Give something back
If you’ve been helped by a charity or feel connected to a charity that helps people similar to yourself, it can be very rewarding to give something back. You could offer to volunteer for an event there holding, or do a sponsorship to raise money for that charity.
Look after your body
Physical health is closely linked to mental health, this can include gentle exercise, to joining the gym. Also being aware of what we eat and drink can help you feel better and most importantly getting enough sleep.
Don’t be afraid to ask for help
If you don’t feel you can share your feelings with family and friends there are support services you can access, your doctor. Most importantly stay safe.