Psychology describes emotions
Emotional difficulties occur in attitudes and behavior.
The feelings can range from anger to anxiety or from concern to dissatisfaction based on personal experience. Individual psychological distress limits the ability to adjust to life challenges. It also makes it difficult for a person to increase emotional stability.
Characteristic reactions (sadness, fear, happiness) vary daily. The emotional state of an individual brings the relationship with their families to a critical level.
Happiness is a subjective experience and a state of personal satisfaction. Individual thoughts and the creative power of imagination develop a realistic and sometimes impractical idea. The state of happiness for each person is always a form of uniqueness.
A healthy lifestyle boosts our self-confidence, improves our mental well-being and emotional stability. Emotional states such as insecurity, anxiety, and anger also help us to learn about ourselves. Knowing yourself increases the quality of life. Melodic harmony with yourself is a “festival” for a mind that creates emotional stability.
FOCUS- PERSONAL POTENTIAL
CHARACTERISTICS – POSITIVE CONDUCT
IMPROVEMENT – THE IMPACT OF THE HABITS
THE RESULT – INDIVIDUAL APPROACH