Depression is more than just feeling sad. It can mean severe and long-lasting periods of low mood that eventually hinder your ability to live a normal life and/or maintain healthy relationships.
Please seek professional help if you think you or someone
you know may be experiencing depression.
Stress is a
feeling of emotional or physical tension. It can come from any event or thought
that makes you feel frustrated, angry, or nervous. Stress is your body’s
reaction to a challenge or demand. Did you know that stress can be
positive, such as when it helps you avoid danger or meet a deadline?
Here’s what you can do
If the source of your stress is due to a medical condition, you may want to talk to your parent/ guardian or your healthcare professional.
Feeling angry is a normal, healthy response to a threat and may be used
for a constructive purpose. When anger becomes
uncontrollable or is unexpressed, it may lead to negative consequences.
Are there some situations that make you feel particularly angry?
Think about the last few times you became really angry. Do you know
exactly what it was that made you angry? Was it justified or did you feel you
had a right to be angry? How did you feel? By becoming more aware of
what upsets you, and how you feel when you are angry, you can take control of
it before it takes control of you.
Did you know that “OKAY” is a phrase used to ask someone if they are feeling fine, especially when one suspects they may not be?
‘I’m o.k.’ means different things for me.
Let’s find out some more about feeling okay. Take this brief, fun quiz.
Happiness is the state of feeling or showing pleasure or contentment.
It can mean that you are pleased with yourself and your choices, and with the person that you are.
Happiness is more than how we feel when something good happens to us.
If you’re interested in learning more about happiness, click on the link below:
What Is Happiness and Why Is It Important?