• Resilience is a personal skill that demonstrates someone’s capacity to manage change and handle challenges. It also links to mental health as being resilient means you are able to bounce back from difficult situations.
It is proven that young people living in remote areas have:
• A death rate that is higher than others
• A higher chance to be living in a jobless family in future years.
• Statistics show that one in sixteen …show more content…
Making the results unpredictable.
Social and environmental causes: The living environment impacts majorly on a contributing factor to the cause of mental illness. Social isolation, stressed with work and many more can all add addition pressure on an individual’s health.
• Relationships: A strong relationship between your family and friends helps contribute to a sense of well-being. Devoting your time and energy into this can have positive benefits.
• Physical health: This involves exercise and staying healthy. Exercise is one way to decrease symptoms of depression and anxiety. Having a healthy diet can also help promote positive mental well-being.
• Resilient: Being resilient means you can adapt to life changes easily and diminish any mental health problems.
• Strengths: Each individual has their own strengths and weaknesses. Finding out what your talents are can increase well-being.
• Flow: This is a term used when you are enjoying an activity so much that you lose track of time.
• Seek Help: If you are struggling with issues regarding anything the best possible thing to do is to talk to someone. To share your