What contributes to our well-being?

Inspired by the groundbreaking work of Martin Seligman, the BeingWellProject considers well-being and human flourishing as more than a single, monolithic concept. Instead, it is an aggregate of several components that are largely independent of each other—this is known as a construct approach to well-being. At the same time, we do not think of well-being as a fixed property in time, not even over relatively short periods. Well-being is a state of an individual at a given moment, and it can change in the next—as a psychological property, it is highly dynamic.

You can read the Wellbeing excerpt from the project description here: