Seligman (2011) described well-being as the psychological construct that involves engaging with life, experiencing meaningful/positive relationships, having a sense of life purpose, feeling positive emotions, and embracing opportunities for experiencing a sense of accomplishment.
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Think about a psychology of personality research topic on well-being that interests you. Consider the following as you research and choose your topic:
Post 2-3 topics related to well-being that you would be interested in learning more about. Connect these topics to one or more personality theories.
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