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An emotionally well person possesses the ability to cope effectively with stress and express emotions freely. Such a person will be able to go through life with a positive attitude and hence is better able to enjoy life to its fullest.
A good social support network like friends who can share your joy or come to you in times of need can provide that stabilising effect that reinforces your emotional wellness. Pursuing activities that you enjoy like reading, gardening and baking, for example, are also good for your emotional wellness.
Emotional wellness can be improved by:
Republished with permission from Council of Third Age.
Tags: Elderly Care /Health Matters
Set up in May 2007, C3A is an agency that promotes active ageing in Singapore through public education, outreach and partnerships. The Council aims to create a vibrant pro-age Singapore where seniors can participate as integral members according to their interests and abilities.
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