The mental health tips therapists actually give their patients.
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“Start keeping track of your mood and stress across the week, noticing the cues and triggers that make you feel better or worse. Pick up on any patterns such as time of day, people, places or work that do and don’t help your mood. Becoming aware of patterns can be a helpful first step towards taking important action. It can help to write down your thoughts, too. Our thoughts are often inaccurate and tend toward the negative. When you write down your thoughts, you may realise they look different on paper once you have some distance from them. Also, remember our mood is closely driven by the environment we’re in. Try to spend a small amount of time each day working towards a future goal and connecting with other people. Both of these activities are vital to improve your mood.” – Jordan Vyas-Lee, psychotherapist & founder of Kove
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