Always remember that you don’t have to go through these experiences by yourself. By reaching out and talking about our feelings and experiences, we begin to normalise them.
We recognise that many of us share the same worries and pain which can bring relief. Speaking with a professional can also be a good alternative as they are trained to talk about your feelings.
And on the flipside, if you know someone who is going through a difficult patch, reach out to them whenever you can as it might change their lives for the better.
Adopting 'Emotional First Aid' into your life and practising it on a regular basis will take time. Not only it is important for your mental wellbeing but also helps you to live a fulfilling and purposeful life. We should always remember to take care of our own health physically, mentally, and emotionally. Here at AIA, we care for you and want you to live your best for a Healthier, Longer and Better Life.