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According to Dr. Lindsay Henderson, building on positive new micro habits in your daily life can help you achieve long-term macro changes.

The past few years have been a whirlwind—and it’s not over yet. Not only are we now officially in year three of the pandemic, but we are witnessing troubling global events unfold in front of our eyes. While everyone is unique in how they manage through these difficult times, there are ways we can try to cope with seemingly endless trauma. 

Though that might seem like an insurmountable task, you’d be surprised at the power of our own inner voices to battle negativity. Positive psychology can do wonders in helping us conquer our goals, alleviate negative thoughts and see our surroundings as potential boons rather than mood deflators.

This is especially important as work and life become increasingly intertwined causing mental health issues to pervade every aspect of our days. As Mental Health Awareness Month concludes, I’ve included some of my best tips on how to approach changing our mindset at home and work.

Read the complete Fast Company article BY DR. LINDSAY HENDERSON:

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