Most often we think happiness to be one type of feeling that is transient, highly elevating emotional state. But it’s not quite that.
Another sign of emotional wellness is you don’t stay in any negative emotion for longer periods of time. You are able to bounce back into a neutral or relaxed state
Self care is important for emotional wellness. Chronic stress and fear can eventually lead to anxiety. Which, if allowed to fester and grow, becomes a full-fledged depression in the long run.
The most important signs of emotional wellness are how well you cope with regrets, and mistakes, and forgiving yourself.
If you are feeling low, it will affect the work you do. We don’t often understand how our emotions have a direct impact on our workplace behaviour and performance.
People often don’t complain about toxicity at workplace because they are afraid of retaliation. It’s very important as HRs or managers that we pay attention to the signs of declining emotional health of the employee.
The state of flow is one of the signs of emotional wellness. When you are languishing or worrying about things, it becomes very difficult to enter this state.
When people don’t change, then ask yourself- what changes can I bring in myself to change the situation? If no amount of changes in yourself are making any difference,
The benefits of self awareness are many, but to name a few would be-
* Better communication.
* Being better able to manage and regulate your emotions.
If you are wondering whether you are doing emotionally well or not, look out for these 7 signs.