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Sustainable Health and Well-Being...
To live sustainably means to live in ways that conserve valuable resources for the future lives of your children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren - at least seven generations out.
You are careful about how you spend and conserve economic, social, and environmental resources - and you are also thoughtful about resources of time and energy.
Your efforts toward sustainable health and well-being may be evident in many aspects of your life, particularly in your choices related to transportation, food, work, travel, voting, health habits, utility usage, community alliances, and consumption and disposal of clothing, appliances, and personal products.
You show care in these areas so that the health and well-being of you, your family and the global community, the earth, and future generations are protected.
Health and well-being is more than the absence of disease or symptoms.
Health and well-being takes us to the place of living with satisfaction, happiness, or contentment, even in the midst of life's losses and pain.
Health and well-being can be characteristic of individuals, families, communities, and even nations.
SUSTAINABLE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING is about...
Here is a place where we can talk about what SUSTAINABLE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING means for us as individuals, fellow global citizens, and communities.
Here is also a place for psychologists to think about how to integrate SUSTAINABLE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING concepts into their work as therapists, consultants, and advocates.
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