Subjective Wellbeing Presentation
The Relationship between Physical Health and Psychological Well-Being.
Subjective wellbeing and health are closely linked to age. Three aspects of subjective wellbeing can be distinguished—evaluative wellbeing (or life satisfaction), hedonic wellbeing (feelings of happiness, sadness, anger, stress, and pain), and eudemonic wellbeing (sense of purpose and meaning in life).
The relationship between subjective wellbeing and Mental health
Good mental health has two main components:
an absence of negative symptoms and positive signs of psychological
The second component includes positive indicators such as functioning at a high level of adaptation, having fulfilling social relationships with other people, mental balance, self-esteem, self-control, maturity, and resilience. Mental health is indispensable to SWB, and SWB is the positive side of mental health.
subjective wellbeing and Work
An organization that does not concentrate to improve their capacity of the people and processes shall soon vitiate by competitiveness and changing market dynamics. However, it is costly to enhance capacity by introducing new technologies, buying new machines and afford high-price on employees’ skills purchases.
Well-being plays a central role in creating flourishing societies.
Focusing on well-being at work presents a valuable opportunity to benefit societies by helping working individuals to feel happy, competent, and satisfied in their roles.
wellbeing and Intelligence
Highly emotionally intelligent individuals are likely to experience psychological wellbeing at a higher level than individuals who are low in emotional intelligence.
Employees who experience a psychological state of wellbeing may function better than employees who experience emotional deficit.
wellbeing and religion.
Research largely shows that religion and spirituality have a positive correlation to psychological well-being.
people who identify as religious tend to report better health and happiness, regardless of religious affiliation, religious activities, work and family, social support, or financial status.
People with liberal religious beliefs tend to be healthier but less happy than people with fundamentalist beliefs.
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