With quarantines and lockdowns around the world, taking care of your mental and emotional health is more important than ever. Being isolated from loved ones can take its toll on your mental wellbeing –– especially if you already live with depression, anxiety, or another condition.
Coupon Chief rounded up different ways to practice self-care from home, including a printable mental health tracker to monitor your feelings (as well as other bonus printables). This allows you to note days when you are feeling particularly low, and adjust your habits and thinking accordingly. Take a look at the mental health tracker below (Right click to download the high-res version here: Mental-Health-Tracker-Printable.pdf).
Note from Watersedge:
By tracking your emotions, you can identify what events, circumstances or stressors impact your mood. If you find yourself marking any of the ‘feelings’ consistently for more than two weeks, there’s a chance you may be feeling depressed – something many of us are experiencing right now.
If that’s you, please reach out and ask for help. Talk to your doctor, a trusted friend or call a counsellor. Isolation impacts us all, and it’s okay to say life is more difficult than normal.
Watersedge offers remote video counselling so you can receive support and guidance from home. To book an appointment, contact Colleen on 0434 337 245, Duncan on 0434 331 243 or Rachel on 0442 177 193 for a FREE 10-minute phone consultation on how we can best help you, or press book now.