Story by: Rev. Kelley M. Woggon, M.Div., BCC on October 31, 2016
When we think about wellness we automatically think of our bodies and physical wellness: exercising, eating healthfully, getting enough sleep.
We might even think about spiritual wellness: having a discipline like prayer or reading scripture, meditation or worship.
But how often do we think about our emotional wellness? How do we pay attention to that?
Our emotions are one of the key ways we respond to what is happening in our lives. What we feel has an impact on our actions and can even impact our physical health, so paying attention to emotional health is vital for overall wellness.
Each of our paths to wellness is unique, but here are three you can help your journey on that path:
It is only when we are honest with ourselves, and those around us, about what we are actually feeling that we can engage the situation with integrity.
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