Category Archives for Social Wellbeing

8 Ways to Better Family Wellbeing

If you are not happy with your family wellness, this article is written to remind you that you have the power to improve your wellbeing within your family.

Here are 8 ways to form a better family wellbeing:

Start with yourself. Finding happiness starts by deciding that you will create the loving spirit that can create a happy family. Develop an energy and personality where simply your spirit and presence will heal others and rejuvenate your family.

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Wellbeing Diet for Family

Do you or one of your loved ones ever suffer from obesity? Do you ever wish that you could get rid of the problem in your family? Actually it’s a lot easier than you think with a wellbeing diet for family but it requires commitment…

Obesity is one of the biggest problems in the world today and many families don’t follow regular exercise programs. It is often said that the family that plays together, stays together. This couldn’t be truer in the case of family fitness. Getting your family off the sofa and encouraging them to get moving can be a simple task.

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What is Family Wellbeing?

Health and well-being start and end with mental wellbeing. However, if we are a member of a family and we live together, our mental health is directly proportional to our family wellbeing. It encompasses most of the things in our daily lives and it is everybody’s responsibility from parents to children. Family Wellbeing is not just eating the right food and spending time together. There are many other aspects that we need to consider if we want to increase our family wellbeing. Before getting into those issues which we will cover in the following articles, let’s try to understand the basic social unit of our world.

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The Well-Being Star

The Well-Being Star   Posted on February 6th, 2013 Categories: Happiness, Psychology Well-being is a term that we use to describe the quality of our life, which includes wealth, environment, physical and mental health, education,leisure time, social belonging, and a sense of purpose in life. When you think about your own well-being, what comes to your […]

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