Celebrate Brain Health Awareness Month – Make June Your Brain’s Time To Shine
We all want to feel a sense of balance and emotional well-being in our lives but learning how to takes time and practice. Take some “me time” and choose a Mental Well-Being Challenge to start.
Explore Four Mental Well-Being Challenges
Learn about gaining fresh perspectives and insights on ways to cope with change while maintaining peace of mind.
The Power of Emotions
Being human means experiencing a full range of emotions. Managing your emotions, even in stormy times, may help you think more clearly and stay more centered. Explore the world of emotions now. Get started.
Resilience means having the ability to rebound from hardship and approach each day with determination that you’ll do more than survive, you’ll thrive. Learn ways to build resilience. Get started.
Explore how the practices of meditation and mindfulness may help with focus, lowering stress and finding balance in everyday life, and even enhance your happiness. Get started.
Get a sneak peek of what you’ll learn in the Power of Emotions Challenge.
Myth 1: Some people are born optimists. In fact, research shows that while genes play some role in optimism and pessimism, they are not strongly inherited traits. You can learn to be more hopeful.
Myth 2: My history is my destiny. Sure, your past colors the way you see the present. You can acknowledge and accept that truth without letting it dictate how you handle your emotions today. You can change and grow throughout life.
Myth 3: Positive thinking means ignoring reality. Nope. Instead, it means approaching each situation with an open mind — and a willingness to question old assumptions and worst-case beliefs.
Myth 4: Feeling angry or sad means I've failed. Everyone faces adversity. Sadness, anger and other negative emotions can be appropriate responses. Managing your emotions means facing pain, not ignoring it.