Every town has at least one gym. You see people jogging around, and television infomercials are filled with the latest workout program or gadget to help you get into shape. There is no question that physical fitness is important.
But what about psychological fitness?
Physical fitness can be measured in terms of weight, body fat, muscle tone, strength, flexibility, stamina, endurance, etc.
How does one measure psychological fitness?
Psychological fitness can be measured by assessing levels of anxiety, depression, stress, self-esteem, satisfaction, positive relationships, responsibility and competence.
Like ‘workouts’ that improve physical fitness, there are exercises that improve psychological fitness.
Our psychological fitness is largely determined by how we think. Thinking is often the basis of anxiety, depression, substance abuse, violence, posttraumatic stress, low self-esteem and poor interpersonal relationships. Learning how to think accurately and effectively is one of the major components in psychological well-being or fitness. Effectual thinking can promote psychological flexibility, adaptability resilience comfort, ease and composure, all of which are ingredients of mental health.
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