We cover where “mental health” is today, demystify the language around the intellectual and emotional self, discuss the mind-body-spirit connection, and interview Katherine Johnston on the Global Wellness Institute’s landmark report, “Defining the Mental Wellness Economy.”
Each one of us can be an agent for change to improve the world’s mental health and wellbeing. It starts with understanding ourselves and then supporting others. Here are specific steps to take to be part of the solution now.
The global mental health crisis warned by the WHO is now reality, but growing personal and political awareness are helping make mental wellbeing a priority. Learn the full scope of where we are and where we need to be.
“Mental wellbeing” is overtaking the term “mental health” to describe the state of the thoughts and feelings in our minds. It’s a positive step forward, because words are powerful. Here’s a glossary of key terms.
Mental Wellbeing’s time has come. The pandemic was the final push from the dark corners into the light of everyday conversation and political policy-making. Mindstream presents a three-part editorial package to cover this vital topic.
It would have been easier if I could just give up altogether, but some nagging positivity inside wouldn’t let me. DNA is programmed for survival, and survival relies on hope of change or a future outcome.
Hope powers our ability to achieve — and it accelerates our healing. Learn more about how hope affects our mind, body, spirit. Powerful quotes from historical and contemporary thinkers provides compelling reasons to hope.