Personal Wellness




Part1: Dimensions of Wellness

  1. Social wellness- it is the capacity to connect and relate to others in the world. My own example of social wellness is the good relationships that I have with my family and friends.

  2. Emotional wellness- it is capacity for people to understand themselves and the scope with the challenges that life may bring (Meeks &amp Heit, 2013). The example of my personal emotional wellness is my ability to deal with my feelings such as stress, anger, joy, fear, among others. I usually share my feelings.

  3. Spiritual wellness- it is the capacity for one to establish harmony and peace in their lives. An example of my spiritual wellness is my abiding and obeying the commandments of God.

  4. Environmental wellness- is the capacity for people to identify their responsibility for the quality of the land, water, and air. My personal example of environmental wellness is my ability to contribute positively to the quality of my environment.

  5. Occupational wellness- is the ability for people to get their personal fulfillment from their jobs as they maintain balance with their lives (Meeks &amp Heit, 2013). My personal example is my desire to give a positive impact on the firms I work in.

  6. Intellectual wellness- is the ability for the mind of the people to be opened to the new experiences and ideas, which may be utilized to make personal decisions, and community betterment. My example for intellectual wellness is my desire to learn and seek challenges to improve my skills.

  7. Physical wellness- is the capacity to have a healthy and quality of life, which allows individuals to perform their daily activities with no undue physical stress or fatigue. My example is for physical wellness is having a balanced diet and routine exercising and checkups.


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Meeks,L., &amp Heit, P. (2013). Health&amp Wellness(2nd ed.). New York: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill.