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Monday Mental Health Motivation 11-15-16

by Matt Pappas

Hey everyone! Welcome back to another week of Monday Mental Health Motivation! Check out themental health motivation - week 3 hand picked content below to help start your week off in a positive way!

Here’s to a great week for us all!

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Well being and positive thinking. This podcast introduces positive thinking as a way of reducing anxiety and encouraging focus and goal setting

We can be our own harshest critic and our own worst enemy. When we look at ourselves in the mirror, we don’t have to see what others think we should be.

This relaxation exercise is narrated by Mindfulness expert, Professor Mark Williams, and features a series of breathing and visualisation techniques.

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#MHMeet – Mike Douglas shares his meet up with friends in Manchester, England. It was a great time for bloggers and mental health advocates alike to come together.

Unfinished Business, If I had the Strength – It’s about Unfinished Business here on Earth. Finding ourselves and one another. And not blocking Providence’s path to the door of our heart.

A step in the Right Direction –  It will take a lot of work, and you will stumble more often than you sprint.  It can be done.  Just take the first step.

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How to forgive and let go of the past, by Jodi Aman.

 

While this may not qualify as a video technically, this little handy gif is great to help you slow down, relax, and practice mindful breathing to help reduce stress.

This gif to help you breathe correctly

 

Mental Health Chats with Matt – Recent video I recorded on Periscope, talking about Embracing the good in others, and ourselves. Also about ridding our social media of the hate and negativity.

 

 

Rock Your Week and Your Survivor Journey!

Matt

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