Self Help and Why You Need It
Self help is something that everyone should practice. Every person on this planet, at one time or another, will experience things like stress, depression and health complications. We live in a time where these things are more prevalent than ever.
No one will ever get away without encountering these things. And for a lot of people things like stress and depression are everyday battles. And if you think for one second that stress and depression are only temporary complications in life, think again!
It’s a proven fact that stress and depression can both age you quicker and increase the chances of having serious health problems. They even worsen any health complications you may already have.
Studies have shown that stress is one of the top killers here in the USA. It’s shocking to see just how much damage stress does on your body. And if you aren’t careful and don’t learn how to properly manage stress you could find yourself having serious heart issues or worse.
I, for one, was completely mind blown when I discovered just how much stress is related to health issues.
After doing my homework on the subject I decided that I would embark on making my life better one step at a time through the power of self help.
And, I have to tell you, using the self help resources I’ve come across I’ve become much happier, more successful and healthier. It’s amazing just how much my life has turned around using such simple techniques to help better myself all around.
That is exactly why I developed the Self Help Hub. I wanted to reach out to people and show them just how disastrous the effects of stress, depression, addiction and other things are as well as direct them to sources that will help them create better lives through the power of self help.
People seldom improve when they have no other model but themselves to copy.
– Oliver Goldsmith
“If you wish to achieve worthwhile things in your personal and career life, you must become a worthwhile person in your own self improvement.”
Let us strive to improve ourselves, for we cannot remain stationary; one either progresses or retrogrades.
– Mme. Du Deffand