Five Dimensions of Well-Being
The mind-body connection is powerful. Tending to your emotional well-being can help you feel better physically, and vice versa. Emotional well-being includes the ability to manage your feelings and related behaviors, cope effectively with stress and adapt to change. This dimension focuses on awareness and acceptance of stressors and feelings, both positive and negative.
If you’re feeling anxious, stressed or depressed, it’s OK to talk about it. Asking for guidance and support is the first step to feeling better.
There is a dedicated team at Optum Health that has been trained specifically for the HealthFlex EAP to assist United Methodist Church clergy members and their families. The dedicated team can be reached at 1-866-881-6800. The EAP also can be accessed through the Virgin Pulse app.
Learn more about how to manage your emotional well-being with resources from Wespath.
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