Describe nine components of mental well-being
nine components of mental well-being are-
1. Body Regulation—the ability to keep the organs of the body and the autonomic nervous system (e.g, heart rate, respiration, body temperature) coordinated and balanced.
2. [ Attuned Communication—the ability to pick up on the meaning of subtle, non-verbal, physical cues (facial expressions, tones of voice, posture) that indicate another person’s
emotional states and degree of well-being.
3. Emotional Balance—the ability to maintain optimal emotional functioning.
4. Response Flexibility—the ability to pause before acting on my impulses and willfully change the direction of my actions if doing so suits me better than my initial impulses.
5. Fear Modulation—reducing fear. Self-explanatory. People with anxiety and panic disorders, especially, have a difficult time modulating the brain’s fear responses.
6. Insight—the ability to reflect on my life experiences in a way that links my past, present, and future in a coherent, cohesive, compassionate manner.
7. Empathy—Essentially, empathy is the ability to have insight (as defined above) into other people.
8. Morality—the ability to imagine, reason, and behave from the perspective of the greater good.
9. Intuition—having access to the input from the body and its non-rational ways of knowing that fuel wisdom.
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