Normal human beings, when stressed, usually experience various feelings comprising of anger, fear, anxiety, depression as well as frustration. Such feelings as these can feed on one another, thus themselves producing bodily symptoms making an individual even feel worse. Very high anxiety can lead to heart palpitations, stomach disorders, giddiness or even stomach disorders. Several of such symptoms might make an individual feel so sick leading to them worrying and may cause some severe physical conditions like cancer or heart disease, making one stressed (Ciccareli & White, 2014, p.409).
There are other people who are not easily affected by stress, depression or anxiety. These people are perfectly normal and have learnt how to cope with anxiety or depression. Such individuals have mustered how to control their feelings, may even make use of some therapies, medication as well as several other self-help approaches. Such type of individuals, though few have learnt how to overcome their disorders in addition to reaching a point whereby they are in charge and control of their anxiety/depression rather than depression/anxiety affecting as well as controlling their way of living(Ciccareli & White,2015,p.410).
Well being can be referred to as a concept that is dynamic and comprises of social, psychological and subjective dimensions, in addition to mannerisms that are health-related. The Ryff Scales of Psychological Well-Being which is a hypothetically grounded tool that particularly focuses on measuring several aspects of an individual’s psychological well-being. The following are the aspects that mark psychological wellbeing; first and foremost is self-acceptance, setting up of quality bonds with others, a feeling of autonomy in both action and thought, potential to handle intricate environments to fit individual requirements as well as values, search of significant objectives and a feeling of purpose in one’s life and sustained