Coping with everyday life and feeling well

What is mental wellbeing?

If you feel you are able to cope with everyday life, make decisions and react appropriately to situations and people around you, you might be described as having good mental wellbeing.

But perhaps you are struggling to express emotions, feel overwhelmed by day-to-day life and experience mental health issues or crises and you could do with some help to improve your mental wellbeing.

If you are experiencing mental health problems or want to improve your mental wellbeing Able Futures could help you. Apply now for free mental wellbeing support from Able Futures.

 

What does wellbeing mean for me?

Our mental wellbeing can often change and you might find your personal life or time at work is suffering if you feel down or not quite your normal self.

There are many things about life and work that can affect our mental wellbeing. You may develop a mental health issue because of stress at work, or you may find your emotional wellbeing suffers from a bereavement or experiencing a traumatic event.

You should not feel embarrassed about having difficulties with your mental health, or feel you have to pretend you are ok to remain professional at work. If you think you could do with some help with your mental wellbeing find out more about Able Futures and what it could do for you.

Ways to maintain good mental wellbeing

There are some small things you can do to help you enjoy life and be kinder to yourself.

  • Notice the simple things around you to help you take time out and relax.
  • Connect with other people to help you feel friendly and happier.
  • Learn something new to help build your confidence.
  • Give a little thought or time in an act of generosity, which can reduce stress.
  • Activity releases chemicals in your brain to help you concentrate, feel and sleep better.

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Access to Work Mental Health Support Service: Freephone 0800 321 3137