You need to develop healthy coping skills to deal... - Deepstash

You need to develop healthy coping skills to deal with certain uncomfortable emotions such as sadness, anger, and anxiety.

Emotional self-care might include certain activities that will help you express and acknowledge feelings safely and regularly.

You can discuss how you feel with a close friend or a partner. You can also allot time for leisure activities to help you process your feelings and emotions.


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|| There's no end of feeling good or bad, be careful for your soul ||

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