Emotional health refers to your overall thought well-being. It includes the way you feel about yourself, the quality of your relationships, and your ability to manage your feelings and deal with situations that life brings.
Good emotional health isn’t just the absence of mental health problems. Being emotionally healthy is much more than being free of depression, anxiety, or other psychological issues. Rather than the absence of emotional illness, emotional health refers to the presence of positive characteristics. Similarly, not feeling bad is not the same as feeling good.
While some people may not have negative feelings, they still need to do things that make them feel positive in order to achieve mental and emotional health.
Everyone feels sad, worried, or upset from time to time. But if these feelings last for a long time or begin to disrupt your life, treatment such as counseling or medicines can help get things back to normal.
Despite your efforts to improve your mental and emotional health and you still don’t feel good—then it’s time to seek professional help. Because we are so socially attuned, input from a knowledgeable, caring professional can motivate to do things for ourselves that we were not able to do on our own.
Few of the common Emotional Problems we face are:
FEELINGS OF GUILT
GRIEF & LOSS