Talking about good mental health is something we do a lot these days. But little do we know there is another side to it, which deals in love, joy, anger- all types of emotions. The side we know as emotional wellness. When we hear the term emotional wellness, we instantly think it is about feel-good emotions. But it is more than that.
In fact, emotional wellness involves going through all kinds of emotions and managing them. If a person is facing a difficult situation, an emotionally well person would have a positive outlook and work towards solving it with resilience.
Moumita Paul discusses the spectrum of emotional wellness in great detail in this podcast. She further talks about her journey in the field of emotional wellbeing and how wellness programs would help promote it.
About the Speaker
Moumita Paul is a self-discovery coach, content creator and a public speaker. She has been a corporate employee for 14 years, working as a senior product manager in companies like Amazon and Walt Disney. After feeling going through depression in 2020 and overcoming it, Moumita made it her mission to empower young corporate employees, small business owners, and mid-career crisis professionals to raise self-awareness, eliminate limiting beliefs, excel at work, remain calm in difficult situations, and improve any relationships.
Connect with her on Linkedin.
(01:05) Tell us about your journey in the field of wellness.
(02:46) Is emotional resilience related to emotional wellness?
(03:33) What do you mean by emotional wellness? Is mental health and emotional wellness the same thing?
(05:03) How is emotional wellness relevant in the workplace?
(06:57) What are the factors that affect emotional wellness in an individual?
(08:00) Do you think the impact of physical wellness overweighs emotional wellness in the workplace? Does the concept of emotional wellness often gets neglected?
(12:10) What are the 7 indicators of emotional wellness?
(21:13) What is your take on corporate wellness programs? Do you think they can help help promote emotional wellness?
(24:44) Do you have any other valuable suggestions for our listeners?
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