A feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe and can have both psychological and physical symptoms.
A state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by prolonged stress and overwhelm.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
A form of psychotherapy that focuses on the way an individual's thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes affect their feelings and behaviors.
A mood disorder characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and disinterest in activities that were once enjoyable.
The ability to manage and control one's emotions, rather than being controlled by them.
The act of letting go of anger, resentment, or blame towards oneself or others, which can improve emotional well-being.
A positive emotion that involves acknowledging and appreciating the good things in one's life.
Setting limits for oneself and others in relationships to ensure emotional and physical safety, respect, and mutual understanding.
The innermost part of oneself that represents childhood experiences and feelings, often used in psychotherapy to identify and heal past traumas.
The act of writing down one's thoughts, feelings, and experiences in a journal or diary as a form of self-reflection and self-care.
The act of showing empathy, compassion, and care towards oneself and others.
The use of humor and laughter as a therapeutic tool to reduce stress and improve mental and physical health.
A mental state of being present and fully engaged in the current moment, often achieved through meditation or other mindfulness practices.
The food and drink consumed by an individual, which can have a significant impact on mental and physical health.
The act of excessively dwelling on a thought or situation, which can lead to anxiety and stress.
A form of talk therapy that involves exploring and understanding one's emotions, thoughts, and behaviors with a trained mental health professional.
Adequate and restful sleep that supports physical and mental well-being.
The ability to adapt and recover from challenging or stressful situations.
The practice of taking intentional actions to improve one's physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
The process of organizing and prioritizing one's time to effectively achieve goals and reduce stress.
The ability to identify, label, and understand one's own and others' emotions, which can lead to better communication and relationships.
The act of acknowledging and accepting one's own and others' feelings and experiences as valid, which can improve emotional well-being and relationships.
The overall state of physical, emotional, and mental health and happiness.
The act of exploring one's thoughts, emotions, and experiences through therapy, self-reflection, or other means, which can lead to personal growth and self-awareness.
A mind-body practice that combines physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation to improve mental and physical health.
A term used to describe a state of calm and relaxation, often achieved through mindfulness practices or meditation.