Emotional Well-being Resources

Now more than ever, doctors understand the importance of a comprehensive approach to care that includes mind, body, and spirit.


On How You Feel

Emotional well-being includes the ability to manage your feelings and behaviors including critical life changes. It is the link between what a person thinks, attitudes, and their overall physical health. 


Learn more about how to manage your emotional and social well-being with resources from COGBF Benefit Services.

If you’re feeling anxious, stressed, or depressed, it’s OK to talk about it. Asking for support is the first step to feeling better:

  • Reach out to someone you trust to talk about your issues.
  • Consider sharing with a family member, trusted friend, or leader in the church leader.
  • Consider reaching out to a mental health counselor.
  • Consider speaking with your doctor about your issues and being open and honest about your feelings.
  • If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, dial 911 or this NUMBER. 

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