Your emotional wellness reflects your ability to understand and deal with your feelings. Emotional wellness involves attending to your own thoughts and feelings, monitoring your reactions, and identifying obstacles to emotional stability.
Self-acceptance is your personal satisfaction with yourself, which might exclude society’s expectations, whereas self-esteem relates to the way you think others perceive you. Self-confidence can be a part of both acceptance and esteem. Achieving this type of wellness means finding solutions to emotional problems, with professional help if necessary.
- Ability to understand and accept one’s feelings.
- Ability to share feelings with others
- Doggies in the Dell is held twice per year. Faculty and staff bring their dogs for an afternoon of playtime on campus.
- Happy Day Wellness Worksheet (PDF)