Understanding the Difference Between Mental Health and Well-Being


This article clarifies mental health and well-being is more than the absence of illness and that there is objective well-being, with foundations in basic human needs, as well as subjective well-being, which measures how people feel about their well-being. The article also discusses how to promote well-being in daily lives, starting with an understanding of what creates well-being and knowing how to generate more of it.

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Published on 09/01/2022