The dimension of emotional wellness involves the ability to express a healthy range of feelings, cope with life's challenges and stressors, and develop resiliency. It also includes acknowledging and reflecting on our strengths, identifying areas of growth, setting healthy boundaries, and asking for support when needed.
Stress is a common part of life, particularly during the college years with balancing courses, responsibilities, relationships, and personal well-being. Check out the resources below to learn how to implement healthy coping skills that will help you as you navigate your wellness journey, while at Wellesley and beyond!
Learning to develop healthy coping skills is key to cultivating your stress resiliency. Check out the following resources to help build your coping skills toolkit:
Emotions drive learning, decision-making, creativity, relationships, and health. The Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence conducts research and teaches people of all ages how to develop their emotional intelligence. Check out the following videos from Yale's Center for Emotional Intelligence on the topic of mindfulness!
Looking for additional ways to improve your wellness?
Do you need additional support for yourself or a friend?
- Are you concerned for yourself or a friend? Help is available.
- Wellesley College Stone Center Counseling Services