Self-Love & Mental Health
- Self-love means accepting your emotions, and actions and putting them above all else
- Without self-love, you cannot have a stable mental state
- Lack of self-love may lead to low self-esteem and anxiety
- Self-love is important for overall wellbeing
Self-love means appreciation of your worth and virtue. It starts with understanding and accepting your actions and behaviours. It means talking about compassion to yourself.
Self-love doesn’t mean always having a smile on your face and forgetting the important things in life that need to be taken care of. It also doesn’t mean that you step out of your way to world tour and immerse yourself in self-help books.
Self-love affects your mental health
Self-care helps you respond to stress positively. It prompts you to satisfy your emotional and physical needs and puts them before any need. In today’s hectic life, it is important that you understand your need and fulfil it. Which is possible only through self-love. It also helps you balance your life and improve your relationships with yourself and others.
It also helps to gain self-esteem and overcome your weakness in a positive way that leads to good mental health.
Self-love: An ongoing journey
You need to understand that self-love does not come in a day if you are struggling with it for a long time. However, self-love is also not an achievement that has an end. Self-love that comes in the form of self-care is an ongoing journey. You can never stop taking care of yourself. You have to inculcate self-love in your habit and enjoy the fruits of it throughout your life.
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Anu Fun Yoga (AFY)
The celebrated actress, author, speaker and Yogini, Anu Aggarwal, focuses on maximizing potential in people’s lives and increasing happiness and peace. A trained and mastered meditation and an ambassador for UNHCR. He believes that people are very cautious when it comes to mental health. They don’t want to talk about it because they fear society may take their mental health negatively.
According to Anu, mental health is a state of well-being in which each individual realises his or her potential, can cope with life stresses, work productively and fruitfully, and is able to contribute to his or her community.
With the sole purpose of spreading positivity and love, Anu’s AnuFunYoga brought healing to people’s lives. While so many people have been healed and found positivity in their lives, Anu’s journey doesn’t stop here. Ss she continues to walk with greater reach and bring joy to the lives of those with whom she crosses her path.
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