It’s never been easier to tap into well-being, yet many of us focus on our physical health but neglect our mental well-being, a psychologist says. For those stuck at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, mental well-being is more important than ever. It’s never been easier to tap into well-being, yet many of us focus on our physical health but neglect our mental well-being, a psychologist says. For those stuck at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, mental well-being is more important than ever.
It’s never been easier to tap into well-being, yet many of us focus on our physical health but neglect our mental well-being, a psychologist says. For those stuck at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, mental well-being is more important than ever.

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  • Our mindset influences the results of our actions and how we feel. Change our mindset, and this can change our response to stress, Dr Michelle McQuaid says
  • It’s important to get a sense of meaning from your work and to celebrate when you have done something well to keep up your enthusiasm, the psychologist says

Topic |   Wellness
It’s never been easier to tap into well-being, yet many of us focus on our physical health but neglect our mental well-being, a psychologist says. For those stuck at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, mental well-being is more important than ever. It’s never been easier to tap into well-being, yet many of us focus on our physical health but neglect our mental well-being, a psychologist says. For those stuck at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, mental well-being is more important than ever.
It’s never been easier to tap into well-being, yet many of us focus on our physical health but neglect our mental well-being, a psychologist says. For those stuck at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, mental well-being is more important than ever.
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