Resilience is our ability to bounce back after hardship, loss, and grief. It’s a skill that can be built through practicing self-care, managing stress, and identifying a nurturing community. Here you’ll find resilience-boosting strategies for facing life’s challenges.
Practicing mindfulness is exercise for the brain. It takes work to stay aware and focused on the present, but the effort pays off. Mindfulness can help reduce anxiety, increase concentration, and improve well-being in body and mind.
Depression can impact many aspects of life: motivation, sleep, nutrition, work, and family. The first step to treating depression is recognizing it and seeking professional help. Use these resources to learn about the signs and symptoms of depression and to find assistance in locating needed care.
Seeking Help for Addiction
Chances are, you or someone in your life has struggled with addiction. Learn more about addiction and resources that may help with recovery for you and your loved ones.
This material is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be professional medical advice or treatment. Always seek the advice of a healthcare professional with any questions about personal healthcare status and prior to making changes in approaches to diet and exercise. This material is not a guarantee of coverage under any Episcopal Church Medical Trust health plan.