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Emotional Wellness is being attentive to your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, whether positive or negative.
Social Wellness refers to your ability to interact with people, respect yourself and others, develop meaningful relationships, contribute to your community, and develop quality communication skills.
Occupational Wellness involves finding purpose and meaning through work reflecting your career ambitions, professional satisfaction, and job performance.
Intellectual Wellness is finding a way to engage in creative and stimulating activities that allow you to share your gifts and expand your knowledge.
Financial Wellness is discovering and using the tools and information available to make smart and informed decisions while in school and beyond.
Physical Wellness is maintained by good nutrition, regular exercise, making informed and responsible decisions about health, avoiding harmful habits, and seeking medical assistance when necessary.
Spiritual Wellness involves our personal values and beliefs that provide a purpose in our lives.
Environmental Wellness involves occupying pleasant, stimulating environments that support well-being.