Emotional Awareness

 

Emotional awareness can be referred to a state of mind where you are always alert and aware of your feelings, thoughts, your deeds and your conduct. Overall you are happy with yourself, your family, your standing in society, your job and you also enjoy a great relationship with friends and colleagues. But then, life is not always the same. Things change and on occasions certain incidents can cause you a great deal of anxiety, sorrow and stress. So what are these factors that can put you off?

 

They include,

•losing your job,

•death of a loved one,

•separation from your spouse,

•illnesses,

•shifting to a new home, city or job,

•newer responsibilities at the work place, such as a promotion and

•financial crisis.

 

Checkout for any of these signs, one or more of the following could be a sign of poor emotional health,

•You stop meeting friends or cease to socialize.

•You do not keep yourself in good hygiene.

•You do not feel like exercising or playing your favorite sport.

•You do not eat as you used to earlier.

•You abuse alcohol or illegal drugs.

•Tips to stay emotionally healthy.

 

Talk to people:

Keeping your thoughts, feelings and troubles to yourself is only going to increase your emotional burden. Share your problems with someone whom you trust—your spouse, friend or other family members. But remember, although talking to these people can give you solace, they may not be able to get to the root of your problem. The best person who can help you is your doctor. Talk to your doctor and soon you will be well.

 

Have a positive outlook:

Look at the brighter side of life. Try not to entertain negative thoughts and feelings. Avoid situations that may get you stressed up and may disturb your emotional equilibrium. Go out, socialize with friends, family and colleagues and make time to enjoy some of the things that you like the most such as playing your favorite game, going to the movies or listening to music.

 

Practice relaxation techniques:

Meditation is a good way to relax mind and body. Similarly soothing music or a fun filled movie can also boost your emotional well being.Try to remain calm in disturbing situations. Self-care: Eat and sleep on time. Exercise regularly. Do not abuse alcohol or drugs. Besides aggravating your emotional problem, substance abuse can lead to many other health disorders and family problems.

 

Emotional awareness can be corrected and Namsoftskills knows just exactly how to help you understand yourself.Remember every problem has a solution that is why it is called a problem else it shall not qualify the term problem.

 

Login

Latest News

More News

Latest Feedback

  • Arjun Bhardwaj ,IIT
    Good presentations accompanied with good ice breaker games. Excellent lectures , very beneficial for ...

    Read more...

     
  • Brig P Paul
    Really great and helpfull workshop carried out. It is good to see the response of the students. Each ...

    Read more...


View Our Gallery