Well-Being

noun

The experience of health, happiness, and prosperity. It includes having good mental health, high life satisfaction, a sense of meaning or purpose, and the ability to manage stress.

(Davis, 2019)

Emotional Well-being
The ability to manage stress, implement relaxation techniques and boost self-love to generate emotions that lead to good feelings.
Social Well-being
The ability to communicate and develop meaningful relationships, as well as maintain a reliable support network to help cope with loneliness.
Physical Well-being
The ability to improve the function of your body through healthy lifestyle behaviours such as healthy exercise habits and healthy living.
Workplace Well-being
The ability to pursue your interests, enjoy your work, feel a sense of purpose in life to gain meaning, satisfaction, and enrichment professionally.
Societal Well-being
The ability to adapt in a thriving community, culture or environment.

Overall well-being is a multidimensional construct that considers a range of important life domains (Lears et al., 2013), which requires all these types of well-being to function to an extent.