The Occupational YOU …

The occupational YOU means being able to identify your skills, abilities, and interests in order to incorporate them into your life’s work. Being willing to continually learn and explore many career options keeps you flexible and able to respond to different economic cycles. Being a lifelong learner opens new possibilities for finding talents, interests, and … Continued

The Spiritual YOU …

The spiritual YOU needs to feel uplifted by the beauty of the world and nature. This aspect of you needs anything that feeds your inner self and makes you marvel and wonder at the mystery of life. The spiritual you will often question life; your purpose and if there is more. It is your spiritual … Continued

The Intellectual YOU …

Intellectual wellness involves your ability to think clearly and realistically. You are informed and subscribe to the notion of lifelong learning. That is, you understand that one crack at learning doesn’t serve you forever, so even after you leave school or graduate university you seek out opportunities to learn, formally and informally. You are able … Continued

The Social YOU …

Social wellness is the ability to interact with people around you. It involves using good communications skills, having meaningful relationships, respecting yourself and others, and creating a solid support system that includes family and friends. Coupled with emotional wellness, social wellness equips us to engage with people at all levels and resolve issues along the … Continued

The Emotional YOU …

The emotional YOU wants, and needs to love and be loved in intimate relationships and with family and friends. You require a group of like minded friends, playing at whatever feeds your sense of fun and adventure, travelling, dancing, movies, music. The emotional you is being able to own, honour and express your emotions appropriately, … Continued