Category: Mental Well-Being

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Begin to Thrive in 80 Ways

Reading Time: < 1 minute Begin to Thrive in 80 Ways Mental Resilience Handles for COVID-19 COVID-19 has not just brought with it threats to our physical well-being but our mental well-being too. We are glad to announce the 3rd edition of the COVID-19 Mental Resilience Thriving Kit (rather than survival kit). This thriving kit is our labour of love…
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How Organizations Thrive even with Empty Offices

Reading Time: 8 minutes How Organizations Thrive even with Empty Offices COVID-19 has brought with it unprecedented levels of negative impact to many people, families, businesses and communities. The negative impact on businesses is undeniable. Yet, having observed what has been happening over the last few months, I do also see how COVID-19 also presents us with the rare…
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How to Manage Your Emotions during COVID-19?

Reading Time: 2 minutes How to Manage Your Emotions during COVID-19? Image from funfreshideas.com Meet the Friendly Four What do you get when you put a psychologist, counsellor and a social worker with experience of burnout into the same room? You get a great and refreshing conversation about mental well-being during COVID-19. And no, we don’t look like the…
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Mentally Well Practically

Reading Time: 3 minutes Being mentally resilient requires one to take practical steps; steps to overcome challenges and grow as a person. This is especially so in a time of global pandemic where everyone is fighting some kind of crisis various levels. We have been working in the last few months to help share practical tips in helping people…
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I’m Trash!

Reading Time: < 1 minute “I’m Trash” gif from Tenor.com One of the most memorable scenes I have watched in Toy Story 4 is perhaps the scene where Forky, a unique toy made by a boy named Bonnie, kept saying “I’m trash” and kept seeking out trash bins to jump into. Though the scene is funny, it does get me…
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Is Your Family Banding & Bonding during COVID-19?

Reading Time: < 1 minute With COVID-19 and the need to stay home comes the opportunity for us to further bond with our families. In keeping with our mission to help people and families thrive, we have put together a directory of family bonding ideas. You can search through the directory (http://tiny.cc/bond-my-family) based on e.g. ages, outcomes, preparation etc. You…
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The Day I Dragged My Feet Home

Reading Time: 4 minutes My “Dragging My Feet Home” Experience This has got to be the most “personal” post to date as it involves, well, my feet. Yes, the picture you see above is none other than my own feet, featured along with my pair of broken slippers. We are in the thick of the Circuit Breaker here in…
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We Need to Talk… to Ourselves Better

Reading Time: < 1 minute If you are having a zoom call with yourself, what would you say? We all talk to ourselves but often, what are we saying to ourselves about the situation we are in and about how we feel about ourselves? We need to have a good chat with ourselves. We have developed the Self-Talk Audit some…
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COVID-19’s Not Stopping This Global Conversation

Reading Time: < 1 minute Flights may be grounded, countries may be on lock-down but COVID-19 is not stopping this global conversation on something which affects everyone; our mental well-being. On 18 May, 4pm-5pm (Singapore time), James, our Lead Thrive-Synergist & Founder, chatted with Tova from Good Deeds Day* about mental resilience during COVID-19. We were honoured to have almost…
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Are We Stressed by COVID-19?

Reading Time: < 1 minute We know we are stressed by COVID-19 but what exactly is stressing us up? We launched the COVID-19 Stress Quiz in April at http://tiny.cc/stress-quiz. Some of you may have taken it. Here’s what we learned about why we are stressed: More than 200 completed the survey held from 14 Apr-12 May 2020 4 in 10 reported…
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