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13 May 2014
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May 13th Tip

Try to identify the positive aspects of a challenging situation or circumstance.  Research shows that people who focus on positives in their lives are less upset by difficult
memories.

May is Mental Health Month!  This month, during the month of May, our focus will be “Mind Your Health.”  We’ll be featuring information about how to mind your mental health and why it’s important. Help us by posting your own tips, plans and goals for your mental health.  In the long run, lottery winners are no happier than anyone else.  Money does not buy happiness.  Remember who and what is important in your life, and make time to be grateful for it.  Strong ties to family and friends increases levels of happiness.  Keep connected to the people who matter to you through social media, phone calls and face to face time.  If you think you may need help improving your mental health and personal relationships visit our staff pages here to find a counselor and read their biography.  After you find a counselor that looks like a good fit, schedule an appointment online here.  If you are unsure which counselor to choose schedule a 15 minute consultation to get to know our counselors a little better.

 

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Megan, a native of Kansas City, Kansas is an empty nest parent of three adult children Ayanna, Jonathan and Isiah. Megan is a Christian and active in ministry at her church Cornerstone Baptist Church, in Arlington, TX. She is currently a Doctoral student working toward a Ph.D. in Marriage & Family Therapy at Texas Wesleyan University. Her personal interests include independent film, music and marriage enrichment. Megan is the co-founder of the Minority Behavioral Health Provider Networking Group along with colleague Cynthia Thompson.

One response on “Mental Health Improvement Tip – May 13th – Mental Health Month May 2014

  1. Melissa Walker says:

    It’s true that your thinking affects your mood…but mood can also affect your thinking. It can be a vicious cycle or a positive one. That’s why I’m a big believer in anti-depressants for severe depression. Sometimes you just CAN”T change your thinking on your own.

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