In this article, our clinical director shares a simple yet robust model for self-improvement he calls "BET'RR" (pronounced “better”). It stands for Body – Emotions – Thoughts – Reactions/Responses. Through this approach, we can develop greater self-awareness, which in turn will help us to make better choices towards a sustainable state of mental wellbeing.
Journaling is one of the best self-care activities you can do for yourself. When you are troubled and have no one to talk to, your journal can become your best friend and personal therapist. In this post, I would like to teach you a simple and effective way to engage in expressive journaling. The exercise itself will only take 10 minutes.