Words of Wellness

Here are the latest issues of our Words of Wellness newsletter, bringing you the latest on the eight dimensions of wellness. You will find updates on the science of wellness and relevant research, as well as tips and strategies for your own wellness and for supporting others.

Words of Wellness, Vol. 11, No. 11

A Time of Plenty:
Thanksgiving falls in November and many decorate with a cornucopia, or horn of plenty, which symbolizes abundance. The national day of thanksgiving for the US was officially recognized by President Abraham Lincoln in 1862. In Lincoln’s declaration, he urged recognition of the bounty and gifts of our nation. In the midst of civil war, he hoped to see the country heal its wounds and be restored “to the full enjoyment of peace, harmony, tranquility, and union.” (cont.)

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Words of Wellness – Vol. 11 No. 10

As the seasons change, our habits and routines adjust. In many areas, outdoors activities are more popular with cooler weather. Shorter days can affect how we feel, how we sleep, and food preferences. We are surrounded by pumpkin spice offerings at coffee shops and supermarkets. In this issue, we focus on a few popular fall hobbies.

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Words of Wellness – Vol. 11 No. 9

Recovery Month During September, the nation observes Recovery Month. Events, posters, and print materials provide education about how treatment services and recovery peer supports can…

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