The 6 dimensions of psychological wellbeing
The six dimensions that show us psychological wellbeing are:
This dimension speaks of the acceptance of all aspects of ourselves and of the past as it has been, without falling into the clutches of helplessness due to our willingness to change or intervene in something that is happening. is already produced.
Tell yourself that if you accept your body, your emotions, and your thoughts, you will have a much more positive outlook on yourself.
On the other hand, if you have low self-esteem and find it difficult to accept yourself, it is possible that this dissatisfaction makes you feel so lost that you do not know where to start to change these aspects about which you can. do something.
2.Control of what surrounds us
This dimension refers to the ability to cope in a difficult environment, having the ability to adapt to different circumstances.
If you have a great sense of control over your surroundings, you will feel capable of playing a role in that environment and dealing with complicated situations.
3.Positive relationships with others
If you are able to maintain satisfying relationships with others, you will create bonds that provide you with greater emotional quality.
It means having a greater capacity for empathy and openness towards people. If you fall further down this scale, you may have difficulty relating to people, opening up, and confiding in yourself, and having difficulty maintaining those relationships over time.
This dimension shows the independence of people in different aspects of their lives. It's about feeling like you can choose and make your own decisions, having your own standards, and having personal and emotional independence even if others don't agree.
A high degree of autonomy implies that you are able to show greater strength to resist social pressure and your own impulses.
If, on the other hand, you are not self-sufficient, you may allow yourself to be guided more by the opinions of others, pay attention to what others say or think about you, and let yourself be carried away by group pressure...
This aspect measures the self-learning capacity of people, whether they are open to new experiences and new challenges or not.
As you develop your personal growth, it is possible that you will feel in continuous learning, that you have the capacity to learn from everything you experience and that you know that you have the capacity to improve yourself further.
If you don't have that sense of personal growth, you may feel stuck, unmotivated and weary, without envy, or without any ability to learn or develop new growth patterns.
This point measures the need for people to find purpose in their life. People need to set clear and possible goals in addition to being realistic.
If you recognize yourself in this dimension, it means that your life has meaning, that you have given meaning to your past, your present, and your future.
If you can't find a clear goal, you probably feel like you can't find the right direction or feel lost.
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