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Mental wellness is not about always being happy. It’s about being able to manage well in your daily life – in good and bad times.

Our state of mental wellness does not stay the same all the time. It moves up and down throughout our lives. Tough times in our lives can affect our mental health making it difficult to cope with day to day life. When our mental health is good, we feel well and can enjoy day-to-day life. Mental wellness is affected by a host of factors (many things) – our genetic (how we are born) make-up, state of physical health, past life experiences, living circumstances, and events in our daily lives.

We, at BTV have tied up with Mental Wellness Professionals like Life Coaches, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, etc. To provide different kinds Mental Wellness Solutions including Webinars, Counseling, etc.


The Importance of Mental Wellness

Mentally well people are positive, self-assured and happy. They are in control of their thoughts, emotions and behaviour. This enables them to handle challenges, build strong relationships and enjoy life.

Achieving good mental health will enable you to:

  • Realise your own abilities.

  • Cope with the stress and challenges of life.

  • Engage in productive work.

  • Contribute to your community.


Sustaining mental health requires time and effort. The more you invest in your mental health, the stronger it will become.

Working Towards Mental Wellness

There are many ways you can enhance your mood, build resilience, and get more enjoyment out of life.

  • Learn to be at peace with yourself

    • Get to know who you are and what makes you happy

    • Acknowledge what you can and cannot change about yourself

    • Identify your abilities and weaknesses, accept them, build on them, and do the best with what you have

  • Pay attention to your own needs and feelings

    • Express your thoughts through a journal or blog to understand more about yourself

  • Work towards your objectives

    • Set SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-limited)

  • Maintain a healthy lifestyle

    • Take balanced meals

    • Exercising regularly

    • Limit alcohol consumption

    • Avoid cigarettes and other harmful substances

  • Build strong relationships

    • Make time for family and friends, and share life’s joys and sorrows with them

  • Create a financial budget

    • Avoid overspending and focus on ‘needs’ instead of ‘wants’

  • Volunteer for a cause

    • Being involved in the community gives a sense of purpose and satisfaction

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