Emotional Wellness

Signs of Emotional Wellness

  • Ability to share and communicate your feeling with others
  • Saying "no" when you need to without feeling guilty
  • You feel content most of the time
  • Feeling you have a strong support network
  • Being able to relax
  • Feeling good about who you are

Ask for Help!

If you are suffering from emotional distress, it’s okay to ask for help. There’s no reward for keeping it bottled up. Pretending to be okay does not make you strong. Talking to someone you trust about your stresses, issues or problems can help ease the negative turmoil. If more help is needed, seeking advice from a mental health counselor is also an option. Seeing a mental health professional means you are strong enough to take care of mental and emotional health. To make an appointment with the counseling center call (951) 689-1120.

If you are stressed because you are having a hard time understanding a subject. Ask for help! The Academic Success Center has tutors to help you! Make an appointment with a tutor by calling (951) 343-4567.

Take Time for Yourself


While you may not be able to buy more time, you can re-evaluate your priorities and use time management skills to get a few moments for yourself. Recharge, refocus and relax!

Free time does not necessarily mean being alone. It can be spending quality time with friends or taking an exercise class. Just make time to do an activity you enjoy!