Intentional Living through the Six Dimensions of Wellness

Physical Wellness

The physical dimension recognizes the need for regular physical care. Consistent sleep, eating routine, and physical activity are important components to optimal wellness. Building physical wellness involves understanding your body and its warning signs.

We're looking for women between the ages 40 and 65 to help us better understand women's brain health. If you're not in this age range, but know someone who is, please pass this along!   The Department of Psychology at the University of Oklahoma is recruiting participants for a study of how varying levels of iron might affect brain health, memory, and cognitive abilities...

4x4 Sand Volleyball registration is open now!

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Exhibition games are going on now, tournament play starts the week of July 11.

Emotional Wellness

The emotional dimension recognizes awareness and acceptance of one’s feelings. Emotional wellness includes the degree to which one feels positive and enthusiastic about one’s self and life. It includes the capacity to manage one’s feelings and related behaviors including the realistic assessment of one’s limitations, development of autonomy, and ability to cope effectively with stress.

Spiritual Wellness

The spiritual dimension acknowledges the importance of having a sense of meaning. Often meaning or a sense of purpose is found in one’s values which may be informed by their family systems, religions, philosophies, and more. Understanding one’s values and reflecting on whether one is living in accordance to their values is a ---- spiritual wellness.

Intellectual Wellness

The intellectual dimension recognizes the need for growth and creativity. This may be accomplished in reading, learning new skills, or even unplugging a bit from the daily demands of life.

An Afternoon with OUHSC is a completely virtual program with representatives from our seven academic colleges and our Office of Financial Aid. They are available to meet with students one-on-one for a consultation. These meetings are intended for students at any point in their academic journey – whether that is a student who is gearing up to apply or one who is still exploring all...

Occupational Wellness

The occupational dimension acknowledges efforts we make to create work/life harmony. Establishing and maintaining boundaries, learning how to have quality breaks, and honing communication skills are all examples of occupational wellness.

Social Wellness

The social dimension recognizes our need for human connection. Though we may desire varying amounts of connection, we desire or miss the lack of it nonetheless. Social wellness involves building healthy, supportive relationships with those around you.

4x4 Sand Volleyball registration is open now!

To register a team, sign up at: https://www.imleagues.com/spa/league/e850fedb7d61420bae04f5e7092fa9c4/home

Exhibition games are going on now, tournament play starts the week of July 11.