Good For You.

Good for You. Headline to introduce the page.

You made it here. So, good for you. No seriously, this webpage will benefit your mental wellness. Wait! Don’t exit out because we mentioned mental health. This page is full of simple, easy, enjoyable activities that will make you feel better as you do them and after. We’re not asking you to do anything that you don’t want to do. All you have to do is scroll until something sounds good. Then try it. If you like it, do it again or try something else. We’re here to make taking care of your mental wellbeing fun and rewarding. And if you do a few of these things from time to time, it will be good for you.

What’s been bugging you? Select below.
Not all at once, anyway. Taking small steps toward goals and problem solving is a great way to reduce stress and improve feelings of self-worth.
Find a meditation technique that you can use to relax you in any situation or environment.
Spending time outside or with nature can relieve stress, anxiety, and fatigue.
Try box breathing for 30 seconds. Step 1: Breathe in counting to four slowly. Step 2: Hold your breath for 4 seconds. Step 3: Exhale slowly through your mouth for 4 seconds. Repeat until you feel grounded!
box you up.
Box breathing is liberating, not confining. Breathe in for 4 seconds. Hold your breath for 4 seconds. Exhale slowly through your mouth for 4. Repeat 'til you feel grounded!
Acknowledge five things you see, four things you can touch, three you hear, two you smell, and one that you taste. Doing so will benefit your mental wellness.
If you're struggling with stress, sadness, and sleep, don't carry it alone. Let a doctor or therapist give you a hand.
Sleep is essential to your mental wellness. Establishing a routine can improve your mood and quality of life.
Doing things that bring you happiness can improve your mental wellness.
You are. And you can use that. Do something you're good at to build self-confidence, then tackle a tougher task.
And that's a good thing. If you do not care for yourself, you cannot care for others.
Doing things you're good at is a great way to increase self-confidence and morale.
helloooo...anybody HOME?!
No? Good. Periodic breaks offer relief from chronic stress. Try reading, meditating, getting outside, or finding other ways to escape mentally.
Really, you deserve it. Rewarding yourself is a great way to care for your mental wellbeing.
um. what are you laughing at?
Hopefully, it's a real gut-buster because laughter is good for your mental wellbeing.
move along
For real, though. Exercise and movement can reduce fatigue, stress, and anxiety.
You owe a debt of gratitude yourself. Write Down three things you're grateful for each day to highlight the good things in your life.
That's good. Volunteering, especially for a cause that means something to you can reduce stress and provide a sense of purpose. something you love.Finding a creative outlet or a hobby you enjoy can boost your mood and help express emotion.
Good! Whatever you love to do, keep it in your schedule. Prioritizing the activities you find meaningful can ensure there's always something to look forward to.
Power to you. Belief and participation in faith-based organizations can help people feel connected to their community.
Taking a class or learning a new skill can boost your confidence, mood and motivation.
Taking a break from social media is a great way to decompress and reevaluate what's important to you.
take this to the BEDROOM.
Sleep deprivation can negatively affect your psychological state. So, don't be afraid to turn off the TV and head to bed.
AYYYY nice bod.
... is something you should tell yourself from time to time. Finding things you like about yourself is a great way to improve mental wellness.
mind your OWN BUSINESS
A personal meditation or breathing exercise can go a long way in helping you center your thoughts.
do your thing in the BEDROOM. LIKE THAT?
Good Whatever it is that makes you happy, keep doing it!
Screw the likes.
Find some love. Social media isn't always fulfilling. Connect with friends, family and chosen family in real life or over the phone.
For crying out loud
...can be a good thing. Allowing yourself to express your emotions, including crying, can benefit your mental health
Are you writing this down?
Wait...are you a robot?
Get a little dirty
H.A.L.T right there do you sleep at night?
Sleep is like steak
It can be rare or overdone. If you're on either side of just right, don't hesitate to reach out to a physician or counselor. think the world revolves around you?
You good cuz?
Checking in with friends, family, chosen family, or members of your community can benefit your mental well being.
That ain't it.
Give it a rest.
If you're struggling with stress, sadness and sleep, don't carry it alone. Let a doctor or therapist give you a hand.
Lay off it.
About last night.
You need to hit pause
Do your best to take breaks throughout the day.
Ohhh yeahhh work that body
Make it hot
Keep playin' and see what happens
Unsure where to start? Headline for subsequent section.

Step 1


Take a moment to think about what’s been keeping you from feeling your best lately. Is it a lack of sleep? Feelings of anxiety? A disconnect from others?

Step 2


At the top, you’ll find a list of symptoms and emotions that are common. Find the one that best identifies what you’re going through, and sort to see the activities that will get you past it.

Step 3

Helpful Options.

Sometimes addressing your mental wellness takes more than a few tips, and that’s okay. If you feel like you need extra help, other non-emergency resources are available. You can also find options to speak to a professional here.

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