Mental health and daily habits: Have you ever considered the tremendous impact these two offer in our daily living? Mental health affects every person on earth, including Christians. With over seven billion people living on earth, the reach proves wide.
Each person on the globe also combs through an autopilot of daily habits. Maybe it’s brewing coffee, reading God’s Word, riding in a car amid rush hour, jotting a few lines of gratitude, or simply combing our hair. Habits live right alongside us, don’t they?
How do we utilize daily habits to maintain good mental health? Have you ever considered it? Creating an atmosphere for good mental health is something I’ve pondered. Past brushes with wayward emotions and overloaded schedules landed me smack in the middle of discouragement, depression, and despair. As a result, change concerning daily habits became necessary.
Keep in mind I’m not a mental health professional. I’m simply a gal with eyes on Jesus, writing to proclaim his glory. But sometimes we learn from each other, and we certainly glean from God’s Word. A combination of both sits in the following daily habits that I keep to help my mental health.
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