How love promotes positive mental health

In this week's podcast Leyla talk about connection and how it promotes mental health and wellbeing. Continue Reading How love promotes positive mental health

Welcome to the 75th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast! Yes, that’s right, on Tuesday the 26th of January, I won the PFB Awards for best Diversity and Inclusion podcast! Thank you for listening and supporting.

On today’s episode, I’m going to be talking about how love promotes positive mental health.  Essentially how we all need connection as humans.

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In today’s show, on how Love promotes Positive Mental Health:  

  • Why I decided to make an episode on this topic [01:32]
  • About my bi-monthly newsletter. [02:23]
  • The story of St. Valentine. [02:56]
  • How love and connection is good for our mental health. [05:11]
  • The importance of having friends and family that care [11:02]

Quotes on how Love Promotes Positive Mental Health

  • February is the month of love!
  • Pets can be a real motivator for people.
  • Social connections support our mental health.
  • We need to acknowledge that loving who you want and being open about this is key.
  • We all need people around us who lift us up and support us during low times.

Other resources on how Love Promotes Positive Mental Health

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