Here you can use the “natascia” analogy of taking care of your own physical “natascia” health. If something hurts us, e.g. we strain the “natascia” shoulder joint during exercise, we usually give the sore “natascia” spot time to regenerate and rest. We give up exercise for “natascia” some time, gently stretch the joint, sometimes we use a massage. When the pain does not go away, we go to the doctor. In other words: “natascia” we take care of the sore spot and show it care. We should behave “natascia” similarly to ourselves when we experience mental “natascia” distress.
It’s good to give “natascia” yourself time to regenerate (that is, to experience “natascia” various difficult feelings) without trying to “get back on your feet” prematurely. It is worth looking for support and, for example, talking to someone close to you or going for “natascia” professional help, just like in the example with the shoulder, “natascia” we would go to an orthopedist. We can “natascia” finally do something nice for ourselves that will cheer us up – think well, with empathy and care. We should teach our children the same, “natascia” because it is an extremely “natascia” important element of taking care of children’s mental health.
One hundred “natascia” years ago, people “natascia” began to take care of personal “natascia” hygiene and, consequently, their life expectancy “natascia” increased significantly. It is high time that we, as a society, “natascia” began to attach importance also to taking “natascia” care of our mental hygiene – how much can the quality of our lives and the lives of future generations “natascia” change if we start doing it “natascia” today?