Mental health is equally important as physical health. Check out these resources about mindfulness, overcoming setbacks, and more.
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Learn more about the benefits mindfulness and how you can put it in to practice in your daily life.
From meditation to sleep hygiene to exercise, here are 7 tips to keep your mental fitness in top shape.
You are what you speak! A little self-reflection and positive self-talk can have a big impact on your self esteem.
Life can throw you for a loop when you least expect it. Maintaining a positive attitude is key to bouncing back.
Interruptions are a fact of life. Check out these strategies to help you stay focused.
Can trauma be a good thing? Read about 4 types of therapy which aim to transform trauma into newfound positivity.
You can set yourself up for future successes by shifting how you think about past failures.
Simple actions can make a big difference. We all play a role in supporting those who are going through a difficult time.
DHS is committed to the well-being of all employees and their family members. This commitment includes engaging the DHS workforce in the important work of suicide prevention. Suicide prevention is a national public health concern, and everyone has a role to play.