Stop caring about what others think about you as long as you have your purpose in life, if you just graduate, try to find a job and soround yourself with good and honest people and work hard, focus on things you want to accomplish.
Great Post, the bit in bold is particularly important; I feel some of us often sabotage our own selfs cos of this.For me I'm thinking it's about learning to love myself and not put myself down, sell myself short. To realise that I have the capabilities to do things and i'm allowed to fail and that failure is only a stepping stone to future success.
To try and get out of my comfort zone from time to time to grow by being in uneasy waters having to learn to adapt but still be myself.
To focus on things that utilize my strengths so that I am rewarded with achievement for things I find enjoyment in.
Because I dont think it's so much about working on your weaker functions to become more well rounded as it is to push your strengths out and become natural at what ever it is you pursue. If you work in your shadow you won't just be bad at it, you'll be a bad you even and be tired, you work at being yourself and treating yourself well you'll become better have more energy to improve yourself in areas you wish and become a more confident individual because you'll love yourself
Great question and I'm so glad you're asking this. If only more people were interested in trying to better themselves as individuals instead of being asshats to others in order to feel better.
The title of your thread is about being healthy. You have any reasons to think you're maybe not healthy? Because if there are issues that are making you 'unhealthy', that's most likely where you get your 'health' back from.
I would start figuring out your hierarchy of Needs (Certainty, Uncertainty, Significance, Connection, Growth and Contribution) and making sure all your needs are filled on a minimum level and then up-level by eliminating single dependencies and figuring out how to meet those needs that are more aligned to your values. So instead of one good friend, you uplevel by making two. Instead of a job that pays the bills, you uplevel by getting a job that gives you more meaning. Otherwise, it's always two steps forward, one step back.