When it comes to mental health and men, it’s clear that society pays very little attention to this topic. And for nothing. According to statistics for 2021 in the WHO European Region, men are three times more likely to die by suicide than women. It should be noted that if earlier the highest rates of
Pandemic, instability and uncertainty in the future. In difficult periods, it is especially important for us to maintain our mental health by all means. Here are some simple and accessible methods from practical psychologist, the effectiveness of which is confirmed by experts and scientific research. Make up small tests for yourself It can be sports
Square breathing To perform, you will need any square or rectangular object that you see in front of you (door, wall, house). If you’re comfortable closing your eyes and imagining a square in front of you, that works too. Inhale – follow with a look, at one count – one movement to the corner. Breathe
Psychologist talked about how to behave in a limited space where a large number of people are – so that everyone feels comfortable. There are five important rules that make life comfortable in a glove house: Care. Try to make life easier for other people. Caring for others, thinking about others – about children, the
Today, in this most difficult period for every person, apathy has become almost commonplace. It interferes with creating, continuing to work, helping loved ones and also puts life on a forced pause. A psychologist practicing Gestalt therapy, positive psychotherapy, transactional analysis, and cognitive-behavioral therapy, talks about how to get out of a state of complete
The Upgrade team of happiness coach has put together a list of useful tips in case you feel down. When we find ourselves in difficult circumstances, there can be a feeling that nothing can be affected or even tried. This is learned helplessness. Learned helplessness is a mental state when we do not feel the
Often, when we communicate with loved ones, we express our emotions and feelings in a way that can hurt other people. We don’t always even think about what our words can hurt. Psychologist and art therapist says that there are typical toxic phrases that should sound differently. Do what you want, I wanted the best
Keep a gratitude journal Start each page with the words “Today I am grateful for…” and write or draw what you are grateful for. When writing down what you are grateful for today, think about how this event (or person) has affected your life. Talking about gratitude can be a great practice over family dinner.