Thriving Minds | Thriving Lives | Thriving Cultures
We innovate mental health programs and support, transform lives, and reshape industries.
At Survive to Thrive Nation, we’re not just enhancing innovative mental health support; we’re transforming lives and reshaping industries through strategic prevention, targeted intervention, and steadfast retention initiatives. We stand as a beacon of confidence and a pillar of strength for both individuals and corporations, guiding them to not just survive, but to truly thrive with purpose.
Our Evidence-Based 7 Key Pillars Of Success
Our aim is for everyone to achieve:
Individuals who have a strong sense of purpose and meaning in life tend to have better mental health and overall well-being. Purpose anxiety relates to the anxiety and negative feelings such as stress, worry, and frustration when seeking a sense of life fulfillment.
Having a positive self-identity can help improve your mental health leading to greater confidence. On the other hand, a negative self-identity can lead to a lack of self-worth and spur mental health problems such as anxiety and insecurity.
Resilience is a protective factor against psychological distress in adverse situations involving loss or trauma. It can help in the management of stress levels and depressive symptoms.
Physical activity has a huge potential to enhance our well-being. Even a short burst of 10 minutes of brisk walking increases our mental alertness, energy and positive mood. Participation in regular physical activity can increase our self-esteem and can reduce stress and anxiety.
People who have healthy relationships are more likely to feel happier and satisfied with their lives. They are less likely to have physical and mental health problems. Healthy relationships can: increase your sense of worth and belonging and help you feel less alone.
Community is not just an entity or a group of people, it’s a feeling. It’s feeling connected to others, feeling accepted for who you are and feeling supported. Having connection can help us feel wanted and loved.
Mental health and money are connected. Mental health problems can make earning and managing your money harder, and debt can trigger or worsen conditions such as anxiety, depression and stress.