Midlife Women's Emotional Health: Common Struggles and How to Cope - a Put It into Practice Episode
In this Put It into Practice episode, I explore the emotional health struggles that midlife women commonly experience, including anxiety, depression, identity crisis, loneliness and isolation, self-esteem and body image issues, stress, and relationship issues.
I also share some effective coping strategies that can help women navigate these challenges. Listen in to learn how in implementing these strategies, midlife women can prioritize their emotional health and well-being, and lead a more fulfilling and satisfying life. Join me as I delve into this important topic and provide insights and tips to help you overcome emotional health challenges during midlife.
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Mental Health Resources and Support:
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support via phone or chat for people in distress, resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Includes information on finding your local crisis center. Phone: 988 Website: http://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
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It’s important to stress that these episodes are not meant to take the place of any work you’re doing with your therapist or doctor. In fact, please run these ideas by your counselor or doctor before you act on them to make sure you are ready for them or even fit for the suggestions. I can’t stress this enough; each person is unique, and their situation is unique so please talk to your dr before starting anything new I may be suggesting.
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Other Put It Into Practice episodes:
How to Find a Therapist or Counselor
How To Cope with Anxiety Part 1
How to Cope with Anxiety Part 2
Is it Time for a Change? How to Start Something New in 2023
The Impact of Social Media on Mental Health: What to Know and What to Do
Finding Balance: Tips for Managing Social Media and Mental Wellness
Pornography Addiction - A Closer Look
Life-Changing Lessons: My Favorite Self-Help Books and Why They Matter
The Emotional and Physical Signs of Burnout and Strategies to Overcome
Mindfulness Made Easy: Tips and Techniques for Beginners
Breaking Down the Four Attachment Styles: Part 1
Breaking Down the Four Attachment Styles: Part 2
Navigating a Midlife Crisis: Tips and Ideas for Emerging Stronger
What Parents Need to Know: Addressing the Rising Trend of Teen Mental Health Issues