They say, ‘health is not just about what we eat. It is also about what we think, say, and do.’ Mental health forms a significant part of our overall well-being and encompasses parts of emotional health, psychological health, and social awareness.

Positive mental health lets us:
1. Explore our inner potentials
2. Effectively cope with stress and adversity
3. Enhance work productivity and self-motivation
4. Create meaningful interpersonal connections at personal and professional fronts

Positive psychology suggests that by shifting focus from illness to wellness, we can aim for a holistic improvement in our mental health. Mental health does not imply an absence of problems. It suggests the presence of robust internal resources that does not let the anomalies take a toll. While disappointments and failures are inevitable, the key to overcoming them is sharp mental faculties.