The Theory & Practice of Well-Being
What does it mean to live a good life?
Well-being can be a difficult concept to define, but if it’s lacking in your life, the absence is undeniable. Perhaps it feels like disillusionment with everyday routines or frustration with basic challenges. Expectations—those of others and your own—can be overwhelming. Maybe it feels like you’re simply trying to survive.
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Lee LaMee has created a comprehensive process for identifying patterns holding you back and increasing awareness for improved well-being. In The Theory & Practice of Well-Being, Lee examines the intersection of mental, physical, and spiritual health, exploring the components necessary for being—and staying—balanced, healthy, and empowered. With a pragmatic approach, Lee provides a framework for understanding dangerous self-deception, the differences between happiness and enduring contentment, and the five fundamental concepts to master for a foundation you can build upon. With real examples, thought-provoking exercises, and helpful tools, The Theory & Practice of Well-Being is a must-read for anyone searching for enlightenment, growth, and long-lasting wellness.