When you don't feel happy about the way you look for whatever reason, it can really affect you mentally. If your self esteem is low, you are more likely to focus on those negative thoughts that pop into your head which obviously can drag you down further.
This is when you need to find ways of focusing more on self love and getting back onto a positive path. Often we believe we need to fit in with the images portrayed in mainstream media; essentially air-brushed images of those that conform to a stereotype version of what is the ideal.
Most of us would like to look and feel our best of course and we can definitely take steps towards getting fitter and healthier; creating the body shape we would prefer to have. In fact exercising can actually lift your mood plus increase your self esteem and confidence overall. However, our happiness should not focus solely around this. This can become very unhealthy.
Try to take steps towards feeling good from within. When you can start to change your mindset and program yourself to appreciate exactly who you are; you are likely to be inspired to take more positive and healthy steps anyway.
Here are some ideas of how you may like to start the process of loving who you are right now.
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Do businesses or organisations still care about good service or product quality? Do they understand that poor service and order issues add to existing stress or mental health issues, for those on the receiving end?
It seems that often we are being expected to accept and even be 'happy' with poor service and substandard 'goods'. Sometimes even to the point where we are made to feel that we should just be grateful to actually receive a service or item at all.
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Our overall aim was to create a hub with local and national contacts, for both immediate and ongoing support; along with resources and inspiration for better mental and physical wellbeing. We are adding blog posts, helpful articles, fitness tools and very soon podcasts, videos like above and lots more.
Looking ahead there will be regular local meet ups. We are working towards breaking down the stigma and ensuring that Sudbury is the Town that understands Mental Health; please join us on this journey.