Well-being can be learned

Well-being can be learned

Well -being may seem like something innate, but it is not obvious. Common sense is lost and it is sometimes interesting to go back to basics.

Overworked by work, agitated by multiple tasks, whether personal, family or social, we sometimes lose sight of our main objectives and our well-being can sometimes escape us.

The state of mind, the attitude often plays an important role in the well-being of a person and learning to optimize it is quite possible!

Well-being is not a fad, it is the ability to develop a certain number of skills, both know-how and interpersonal skills.

You will agree that having a positive attitude towards life and love towards ourselves influences our behavior and the results we obtain in our lives.

Well-being, taking into account the body, emotions and mind. Science has recently recognized the fundamental link between body and mind. Feeling good in your body also means being in harmony with your emotions and thoughts.

Finally, to improve your well-being, here are three examples, three ways to improve your attitude.

trust in life and in yourself.

When something unpleasant happens to you, tell yourself that you have everything you need to deal with it and that you have something to learn from this experience.

take responsibility.

The decision to become a responsible person is one of the hardest to make and to learn. Why? Because our ego always blames others for the inconveniences that occur in our life. The more responsible you become, the less you will believe that others are responsible for your well-being and, therefore, you will no longer feel obligated to care for the well-being of others. When we decide to be responsible, we know that we are the only creators of our life, that is to say that we attract everything that happens to us so that we are aware of what is really happening in awe. To be responsible is to know that the exterior is always a reflection of our interior, it is to assume the consequences, pleasant or not, of our decisions.

become self-sufficient.

Autonomy or interdependence is the we phase. We are responsible for our choices, our actions and the results. We combine our talents and abilities to create something even better.

The autonomous person combines his actions and his energy with those of the other to obtain better results. It flourishes and develops in its relationship with the other. This is a phase of advanced maturity.

When authentic it is a phase of awareness and deep sense of options and autonomy. In summary, it is a phase where we come into contact with the other, not by need but by desire.

Finally, improving your well-being means having projects, motivating goals, clear objectives. Having goals that excite you is a sign of being kind to yourself. Someone who has no purpose leads a monotonous and mechanical life.

What are your current goals, in the short, medium and long term? What thrills your heart, your soul?

It can be a personal, couple, social, family or professional project. These goals may never be realized. It’s not the result that counts, but rather the enthusiasm that these projects generate in your life. You may even change your mind along the way. The important thing is to remember that you deserve to create for yourself a beautiful life filled with projects, joy and well-being, which will allow you to maintain your energy and your health.

The three attitudes discussed in this article are just a few of the ways you can improve your well-being, but I’m sure that by putting them into practice your life can improve greatly.

If you want to go further in your individual growth and discover the fears, the resistances that inhabit you and prevent you from going towards what you want, I invite you to contact me to establish a well-being assessment or a well-being coaching.

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