Lessons learned about well-being

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Did you know how you feel about well-being is related to
how you feel about yourlessons learned about well-being?

For your consideration here are a few ideas about well-being.

Well-being depends on…


                             Conclusions, and takeaways

Accept well-being.

You take your lessons learned about well-being to the next level
when you…

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Want well-being to be an important ingredient in your life

Bottom line: Well-being depends on accepting, acknowledging,
and being aware of your reactions, and responses to your stress
indicators, and your stressors as well as knowing how-to manage,
and overcome them.

The choice is yours!

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