Emotional wellness is understanding your own feelings and expressing emotions in a constructive way. It is also the ability to manage stress and cope with life's challenges.
How to foster emotional wellness:
- Learn relaxation and stress management techniques.
- Cultivate an awareness of your thoughts and feelings through mind-body tools and programs.
- Develop confidence in your abilities.
- Practice expressing both negative and positive feelings constructively, with assertive communication.
- Take responsibility for and learn from your decisions, without self-critical thoughts.
Curious about your emotional wellness? Take a self-assessment!
These resources are available to help you learn how to manage your stress or difficult emotions, and minimize your concerns about finances, relationships, and other challenging areas:
- Carebridge Corporation (for faculty, staff, and graduate students)
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Graduate School – Costs and Funding
- Human Resources – Benefits
- Mind-Body Programs
- Princeton Financial Literacy (for undergraduate and graduate students)
- Princeton Perspective Project (for undergraduate students)
- Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources and Education (SHARE) (for undergraduate and graduate students)
- Student Health Plan (for undergraduate and graduate students)
- Undergraduate Admissions - Financial Aid