Dear Esteemed Reader,
It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to read our April newsletter. This month’s edition is filled with great information for your knowledge. Our desire is to equip you with skills and knowledge for your mental health.
Have a great month!
INTRODUCING OUR COMBINED GUEST SPEAKERS POSTER FOR THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED MINDSET SUMMIT
Hope you are #healthy, safe & well with your beloved #family!
The highly anticipated Finding the Mindset Tools to Overcome Challenges Virtual Summit it’s just a few days away. And we’re so excited to introduce to you our combined guest speaker’s poster.
Be a part of this spectacular #online summit to learn how to live by self-regulating #health and removing #challenges forever.
Don’t miss out!
For any enquiries, registration, guest speakers’ profiles, and agenda, please visit:https://gymha.org/?page_id=103407
We hope to see you there!
MENTAL HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
By David David
54% to 84% of battered women suffer from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD); 64% to 77% of battered women suffer from depression; and 38% to 75% of battered women suffer from anxiety.
Research has also shown that women who experience physical violence are four times more likely to attempt suicide.
Read More: https://gymha.org/?page_id=126973
HOW TO DEVELOP A POSITIVE MENTAL MINDSET
Your mind is a powerful thing. If you allow yourself to keep a positive state of mind, your attitude will follow.
There are many ways to develop your positive attitude. Here are a few to help you get started.
Listen to your internal dialogue. When faced with a negative thought, turn it around to make it into a positive thought. (For example, “I am no good at this!” could be changed to, “Maybe this is not one of my strengths, but I’ve tried my hardest, and I am skilled in many other things.”).
Read More: https://gymha.org/?page_id=126976
HOW TO BE HAPPY WHEN YOU ARE SAD
Everyone feels sad sometimes, just like everyone can feel joyful, angry, proud and plenty of other emotions. In other words, everyone has feelings, and those feelings are always changing.
Sometimes we feel happy (such as when we’re having fun) and sometimes we feel sad (such as when we lose a loved one). Whatever the feelings, it is real and part of living.
FESTIVE GREETINGS FROM GYMHA
Festive Greetings from GYMHA to all those who are celebrating this season.
On behalf of GYMHA board of directors, we wish you and your families a peaceful, fun, and safe Festive season. May this Easter celebration inspire you to new hope, happiness, prosperity, and abundant blessing.
A very special thank you to all our valued members, amazing Volunteers, and friends across the globe for being a part of our GYMHA family.
We value and appreciate you all.
Please, stay safe and keep well.
Your Friend in Abundance success
GYMHA REGULAR FACEBOOK LIVE SHOWS
The GYMHA, Australia registered Charity presents another inspiring Facebook live show.
Theme: Introductory Series – Finding the Mindset Tools to Overcome Challenges Summit 2022
Watch the full video at: https://youtu.be/YTaDm1iUJZI
GYMHA MONTHLY VOLUNTEER’S INTERNAL TRAINING
GYMHA is inviting you to her Monthly Internal Volunteer’s Training Scheduled Telegram meeting
Topic: Holistic Living (Shibui Way of life)
Join Telegram Meeting
Moderator: Chap. (Dr.) Joy David-Mike (GYMHA Board Member and Training Director)
Holistic Living – Prof. (Dr.) Rajeshwari Malik
GYMHA Special Board Advisor, Educationist, SDGs Strategist Advisor, and UN Researcher
Social media strategies – Amadi Vivian Akuyoma
GYMHA Deputy Chairperson and Volunteer Director
GLOBAL NEWS AND IMPORTANT LINKS
1. GYMHA Second Annual FREE Finding the mindset tools to overcome challenges summit 2022
2. Impact of Childhood Trauma on Adulthood
3. Six Recharge tips to build a better resilience
4. Lifeline’s crisis text service goes 24/7 to help more Australians
5. Tackling stigma with messages of hope as Covid-19 set to have a lasting impact on the mental health of youth
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