Physical The condition of a person’s body – Cardiovascular fitness – Muscular fitness – Adequate nutrition – Proper weight – Able to perform daily activities
Intellectual The capacity to interpret, analyze, and act on information. The ability to evaluate sources of influence on our decision making and behaviors. – Reasoning – Memory – Curiosity – Humor – Logic – Learning from mistakes
Emotional Feel and express emotion in a healthy way. Suppressed emotions manifest in other ways; illness, violence, stress disorders
Social Respect and acceptance of the unique attributes of others Satisfying interpersonal relationships. View ourselves as making meaningful contributions.
Spiritual Integrity, honesty, trust – Practices that nurture this within us Meaning and purpose in our lives Strong concern for others; compassion regardless of circumstances.
Environmental An appreciation of our external environment Our responsibility in preserving, protecting, and improving it. – Committed to their share of the responsibility – Degree to which a person’s work makes a positive impact on others – Volunteering
Wellness a measure of status in each of the dimensions of health the key to unlocking an individual’s full potential