What is wellbeing?

Mindfulness wellbeing

The concept of Well-being, according to many experts (Longo, Coyne y Joseph, 2017), it is a con-struct that is build according to both subjective and objective features. In this regard, the “Scale of General Well-being (SGWB)” identified fourteen common constructs as indicators of well-being: hap-piness, vitality, calmness, optimism, involvement, self-awareness, self-acceptance, self-worth, compe-tence, development, purpose, significance, self-congruence and connection. It is intuited that individ-uals will have a higher level of well-being, if they have a higher degree of satisfaction in the fourteen indicators mentioned above.

This information is taken from: Longo, Ylenio, Iain Coyne, and Stephen Joseph. “The scales of gen-eral well-being (SGWB).” Personality and Individual Differences 109 (2017): 148-159

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