This dimension focuses on awareness and acceptance of stressors and feelings—positive or negative. Emotional well-being includes the ability to manage your feelings and related behaviors, cope effectively with stress, and adapt to change. There are practical ways to enhance mood, build resilience, and improve your response to life’s challenges. Just as effort is required to improve or maintain physical health, the same is true for emotional health.
Coping with Appointment Changes and Relocation Stress
Guidelines for Keeping Your Friendships Strong
Making Peace: Tips On Managing Conflict
Overcoming Barriers to Change
Questions for Reflection: Emotional Health
Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement: Changes in Relationships
Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement: Discerning the Right Time
Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement: Living in a Smaller World
Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement: Family Relationships
Questions to Ask Yourself About Retirement: What am I Retiring To?
Randy Maddox: John Wesley Says, 'Take Care of Yourself'
Setting Healthy Goals—Tips for Families
Stages of Change
Strategies for Change
Stress and Clergy Health
Ten Tips for a Healthy Marriage
Thirteen Factors That Influence Clergy Health and the Five Dimensions of Well-Being
Time Management: Importance Versus Urgency Task Identification
Time Management: Stop Procrastinating
Your Guide to Healthy Sleep
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