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The Link Between Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health

Being emotionally healthy doesn't mean that you are happy 24/7. Instead, allow yourself to experience a range of emotions and don't judge yourself. Mental health suffers if you judge yourself for your feelings or if you experience unpleasant emotions (sadness, frustration, anger, etc) for extended periods of time. Acknowledge your emotions and address what's going on in life to cause them. Understand myths and facts about mental health. 

Self Discovery

The first step to positive mental health is destigmatizing mental and behavioral illness. "Seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness," says Ryan Leaf, the presenter of the above webinar. Leaf is a mental health advocate and former Coug and NFL football player. 

Online Resources

Meaning and Happiness.com

A website committed to relaying information rooted in psychology research to readers in connectable and accessible ways. This blog-based website features information provided by psychologists on the meaning of life and how to cultivate happiness into our lives.

National Institute of Mental Health

Suicide is a major public health concern. Know the facts and find resources for you or someone in need. Go here for a suicide prevention training, hosted by Campus Connect. 

Befrienders Worldwide

An online resource providing phone numbers for support in times of crisis, sadness or loneliness. The link provided contains support lines for all states in the US, scroll down to find Washington, or use this resource if you need it elsewhere.