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How Community Service Affects Psychiatric Symptoms

September 26, 2015 Becky Oberg

Do you know how community service affects psychiatric symptoms? It's a paradox--serving others is ultimately one of the best things you can do for yourself (Volunteering To Build Self-Esteem). Community service affects psychiatric symptoms with a healing power that should not be overlooked. Community service affects psychiatric symptoms by helping a person realize that his/her problems are not as catastrophic as he/she might believe, that he/she can make a difference in the world, and that love is one of the most powerful forces on earth.

Community Service Affects You Positively If You Meet Criteria

How Community Service Affects Psychiatric SymptomsIn this video, I discuss how community service affects psychiatric symptoms. However, it is important to meet your needs first. You can't help others if you don't have your health. Nor should you help out of a sense of obligation--that merely leads to burnout.

But when you have what you need, you should do what you can to help others. Donate to Toys for Tots. Volunteer at a soup kitchen. Give money to your favorite charity. You'll find that it community service affects your psychiatric symptoms positively and makes you feel good.

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APA Reference
Oberg, B. (2015, September 26). How Community Service Affects Psychiatric Symptoms, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2022, August 9 from https://www.healthyplace.com/blogs/recoveringfrommentalillness/2015/09/how-community-service-eases-psychiatric-symptoms



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