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Total Wellbeing: May 2018

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The Relationship Between Self-Motivation and Emotional Wellbeing

 

Welcome to the May edition of TotalWellbeing, your guide to the 8 dimensions of wellbeing. This month we are going to take a look at emotional wellbeing, specifically how your self-motivation can help improve your emotional state of mind. If you missed us last month you can catch up on our newsletters page. As we make it through the year we will continue to emphasize the concept of community and look at how our actions affect our community, country, and in some cases the rest of the world.

To your total wellbeing,

The MINES Team

How Emotional Wellbeing is Related to Your Motivation

It is very easy to procrastinate, feel overwhelmed, and get burned out. However, if you are able to find motivation and attack each task you have on your plate, then these become less of a burden and your emotional wellbeing will be improved. It is vital to find things in your everyday life that make you happy, satisfied, and feel good. This blog has some great ways to help you be proactive about stress and some easy things you can do to help reduce it. It is also important to think of what you are grateful for, what motivates you, and how you look at your job, family, and personal wellbeing in order to figure out how to thrive in your life.

If you would like to talk to a counselor about these topics, please call us at 1-800-873-7138 to get connected right away. Also, PersonalAdvantage has some great tools and webinars this month to improve your knowledge around communication, teaching children about life changes, and resilient parenting to help support social wellbeing, and be sure to check out our “Estate Planning” infographic.

Question of the Month

What areas of your life do you lack motivation and how can you find motivation?

Quote of the Month

“The only person you are destined to become, is the person you decide to be.”

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

MINES Updates/Community World View

Emotional Wellbeing can encompass a lot of areas, feelings, and guidelines of how you live your life. How you perceive your emotional wellbeing also stems from your background, what you distinguish as normal, your biases, and your willingness to step outside of your comfort zone. Being able to look internally is a big step to seeing how you can improve your emotional intelligence. However, it is important to recognize that each culture has a different perspective on what being “emotionally well” really is. Patriarchal societies tend to think that showing your emotions may not be the best way to enhance your emotional wellbeing. However, that is not say that they don’t want to expand this side of wellbeing or that they don’t promote it in other ways. It is important to accept that how you express your emotions and how you deal with the various stressors in your life is unique to you. Take time to observe how others communicate about their emotional wellbeing to see how you can better support them.

If you or a member of your household needs assistance or guidance on any of these wellbeing topics, please call MINES & Associates, your EAP, today for free, confidential, 24/7 assistance at 800.873.7138.

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TotalWellbeing: February 2014

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February 2014: Occupational and Emotional Wellbeing

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Full Speed Ahead!

Welcome to the February issue of TotalWellbeing! This month we charge ahead and take a look at our next topic, Emotional wellbeing. We will continue to examine occupational wellness, but this time we will talk about how your job satisfaction can affect your emotions and, on the flip side, how your emotions can affect your interaction with your career.Also we invite you to head on over to our blog. This month you can read a preview of things to come and a little later we will be sharing the first of many success stories from our BizPsych department as well as insight from our expert case managers. Also feel free to use this chance to comment, ask questions, or let us know what you think.

To your total wellbeing,

The MINES Team

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The Connection:

Occupational & Emotional Wellbeing

Anyone with a job can tell you, how well things are going in one’s career affects the levels of stress and state of emotions in one’s life. For example, you get a raise or finish that tough project on time you feel pretty great right? Likewise, job stress or pending layoffs might put you down in the emotional dumps, its just natural.

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Stress in the Workplace: Tips to Reduce and Manage Workplace Stress

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Improving Emotional Health

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Everyone experiences stress in their workplace at one time or another. What can you do when that stress becomes too much? Use these helpful tips from Helpguide.org to help reduce stress and increase satisfaction and productivity in the process!To read the full article, click here. Step number one to achieving emotional happiness is understanding why it is important and what you need to do to get started. This article from Helpguide.org shows some key factors and basic steps to help get you on track to  emotional wellbeing.To read the full article, click here.
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