Friday 5: Mental Health

Here is what I’ve been reading this week in mental health!

This week: keeping healthy-living simple, using comparison to your advantage, learning to delegate, beating emotional high-jacking, and an infographic explaining why it’s so easy to become obese in America.

Making new health changes for 2018?Follow Joni Freedhoff’s simple healthy living advice and focus your energy on the healthy habits that get you your biggest bang for your buck. (Medium)

Measuring the self against others is a modus operandi of the human mind, In some ways, it can be helpful. Here’s how to shift out of the “comparison trap” and in to inspiration. (Psychology Today)

Family and home management also known as the “mental load” can quickly escalate into “overload.” Learn to how and when to delegate, communicate, and even vacate in this Washington Post article. (Washington Post)

It’s so easy to become obese in the United State. These graphics show why.(Vox)

Are Your Emotions Hijacking You? How to tell your feelings to beat it, so you can stop drowning in the quicksand of you.(Psychology Today)



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