Being Well And Well Being
In order to be there for others in healthy ways, you must first be there for yourself.
- Our culture is predisposed to sickness and premature decline
- Any activity is better than inactivity
- The cost of this lifestyle is overburdening the workplace and the health care system
It is far better to develop the rituals to stay well than to hope for good genes and good luck.
We often don't think about our health until we begin to lose it!
In North America it is easy to see that we are dying from the way that we live. Competition, hurried sickness, worry, stress and a pervasive sense of vulnerability are impacting the health and personal lives of many Canadians and their families. Too many individuals continue to ignore the wake-up calls that indicate erosion in emotional health, physical well-being and personal spirit.
- Small changes that create big results
- Being ready for your day
- Taking better care of yourself
- Personal time
- Making simple changes you are prepared to commit to
- Reduced absenteeism and less accidents.