All of our circumstances in life involves the state of our well-being. A healthy well-being is not the absence of disease or illness. A person’s well-being involves the mental, physical, social and emotional health factors of a person.
The well-being of a person is measured through self-reports. With the reports from the measured self-reports, well-being is dependent on positive relationships, access to resources, and good health.
To achieve a healthy well-being, one must:
- Cultivate and maintain strong relationships
- Regularly go out with friends and family
- Work with passion
- Eat healthy foods
- Do regular exercises
- Be active
- Set goals and work to achieve it
- Be positive
Well-being is highly influenced by the contributions of the biological, relational, personal, cultural, institutional and global aspect of a person. Beyond its traditional context of health and well-being, it involves activities and choices that can achieve a sense of personal fulfillment and accomplishment.
To further understand the well-being of a person, there are two approaches being observed, the distinguishing of effects and the emphasizing the satisfaction of a person. Developmental, clinical, and personality psychology are the sub-disciplines of psychology that study well-being.