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Emotional Wellness

Emotional wellness reflects your ability to understand and deal with your feelings. It involves attending to your own thoughts and feelings, monitoring your reactions, and identifying obstacles to emotional stability. Achieving this type of wellness requires intentional self-reflection and proactively finding solutions to emotional problems.

Examples of Practicing Emotional Wellness

  • Practice gratitude
  • Acknowledge emotions
  • Build self-awareness
  • Journaling
  • Practice mindfulness
  • Get 7-9 Hours of sleep regularly throughout the week
  • Physical activity at least three days a week
  • Develop healthy boundaries

Follow the links below to connect with some campus partners who can help you develop your Emotional Wellness