This essay focuses on ageing population and the increased profile.a higher ability to embrace peace and serenity. In my research, I suggest that practicing
Anderson and Braud (2007) suggest that individuals improve their mental, spiritual, and social health by practicing spiritual positivism and maintaining a relationship with a higher power. Following the 12-step program, Al-Anon encourages members to accept a sense of helplessness and surrender to a higher ability to embrace peace and serenity. In my research, I suggest that practicing God’s Box can help Al-Anon members to accept their
You could be eating a healthy well-balanced diet, getting enough sleep and exercising but still missing a vital part of your overall health. With an ageing population and the increased profile of mental health, the community is more aware of social health. Research has proven that good social wellness has both physical and mental benefits.
Social health can be defined as our ability to interact and form meaningful relationships with others. It also relates to how comfortably we can adapt in social situations. Social relationships have an impact on our mental health, physical health and mortality risk.
Over the years, sociologists have created a link between social relationships and health outcomes. Studies are showing that social relationships both quality and quantity are having short and long-term effects on our health.
helplessness and surrender their fear, worry, and obsession to God of their understanding. Hartelius et al. (2007) add that practicing spiritual optimism validates the meaningful nature of human experiences, emphasizing that it is the only way to understand oneself, the world, and the purpose of life. Al-Anon members understand that by submitting their worries (about the addict or alcoholic, financial, relationship), they turn their will and lives to a higher entity (spirit, nature, God, Parana, or any God of their understanding) no longer operate under self-will. Thus, practicing