In recent days, the world has faced a multitude of challenges, ranging from the climate crisis to ongoing conflicts like the Ukraine-Russia War and the Israel-Palestine dispute. It often feels like chaos is surrounding us on a global scale.

However, within our personal lives, we also encounter our own set of conflicts. These conflicts can manifest in the workplace through difficult bosses, toxic work environments, and demanding clients. Similarly, we face challenges at home, dealing with nosy cousins, judgmental relatives, demanding parents, stubborn partners, and occasionally unruly children.

Whether on a macro or micro level, the continuous exposure to such chaos can potentially take a toll on our mental well-being, potentially leading to mental health issues. It’s essential to recognize that these issues often originate at the micro level.

So, what can we do about it?

While we may not have complete control over external circumstances, we can take proactive steps at an individual level to enhance our self-awareness. This self-awareness can act as a shield against the development of mental health issues.

I’ve developed a workshop with the goal of promoting this self-awareness. The primary aim is to create awareness because recognizing the problem is the initial step toward healing and navigating through life’s chaos.

Click > here to take your first step in understanding what you are putting up with.

I want to express my gratitude for your attention and time.

(c) Mehnaz Amjad – 2017 -2023

About the Author Mehnaz Amjad, is a Coach and a Cognitive Behavior Practitioner

I’m on a mission to empower people with strategies and tools, they need to cope with difficult times & navigate through challenging circumstances.

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