Self Survey: A Paradigm to Mental Health Awareness By Lawal Ifeoma

We all know that we have the power to change our own lives. We can make choices that will help us feel better, and we can make changes in our environment so that we have a healthier lifestyle. But what if there was a way for you to do both at once? That’s where self-surveys come in!

Self-surveys are simple tools that allow you to record your thoughts and feelings about your life and how it’s going. They are great because they give you an opportunity to reflect on what is going on in your life and make changes based on those reflections. You can use them as an opportunity for self-reflection or change, depending on what kind of goals or desires you have for yourself.

When thinking about how much time should be spent on self-surveys or any other type of self-care, it’s important to remember that this type of activity is meant for YOU, not anyone else. If someone else asks about your progress with a specific goal or goal setting process, then they’re not really asking about YOU; they’re asking about THEIR goals or processes so that THEY can improve themselves too.

Have you ever thought about how your mental health affects your life? Or maybe you haven’t but you should.

Mental health is a huge part of who we are, and it’s important to remember that our mental health impacts every part of our lives. We all experience stress, anxiety, and depression at some point in our lives and sometimes even all at once but when we’re struggling with these issues, there are things we can do to help ourselves feel better.

We’ve put together a list of tips for how to make sure your mental health is strong so that you can live the best life possible.

Self-awareness is the first step to mental health awareness.

As we all know, self-awareness is the first step to becoming a better person. What does this mean exactly? Well, it means that you have to start by looking at yourself – your thoughts, feelings, and actions and then figuring out why they’re happening. Once you know what’s going on inside of you, then you can take action to change things for the better.

The best way to do this is by taking a self-inventory. This means taking time every day (or even every week) to look inside yourself and ask questions like: “What am I feeling right now?” or “What did I do last night?” or “How are my relationships with other people?” These questions will help you identify where your stressors are coming from so that you can start working on changing them one step at a time.

Self-survey tips to increase mental health awareness

If you’ve ever had a friend or family member who has struggled with mental health, then you know how important it is to be able to help them. But what do you do when they don’t want to talk about it?

You can start with these  tips:

1) Ask open-ended questions: This will help them feel comfortable opening up and talking about their feelings. It also gives them an opportunity to share their story without being judged or criticized by others.

2) Listening without interrupting: If someone is talking about their feelings, let them finish before you respond or offer advice. Letting them get everything out in their own time will help them feel safe enough to continue sharing their thoughts with others.

3) Be empathic: Try not to judge or criticize what they say. Rather, try listening thoughtfully without interrupting them too often. Ensure you make eye contact from time to time during the conversation so that they feel heard and understood.