Australia has some of the strongest laws in the world when it comes to things like religious discrimination and workplace bullying. Employees have the right to open legal proceedings against an employer who doesn’t follow the relevant laws, which can result in significant compensation.
However, religious and other forms of discrimination can take a significant toll on your mental health. Because of this, it’s important to actively work on keeping a healthy mind. In the rest of this article, we’ve explored a selection of our top five tips to stay positive under religious discrimination.
- Start the Day Properly
If you feel like your mental health may be at a low, it could be a good idea to spend a little time developing a clear morning routine with exercise and sun exposure. Starting the day right can have a huge impact on your state of mind.
For example, you should ensure you’re eating a healthy breakfast, leaving yourself with plenty of time to get organised in the morning and exercising regularly. For some, standing in front of a mirror and saying positive statements to yourself can help.
- Learn to Laugh at Bad Situations
Having a strong sense of humour is a magical thing. Of course, religious discrimination is certainly no laughing matter, but learning to laugh at bad situations that are outside of your control will help you maintain a positive frame of mind.