Wellbeing

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Wellbeing depends on all the factors that interact within our culture and can be seen as a a state of health or sufficiency in all aspects of life. At the individual level, this can include the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual aspects of life. At a broader level, the social, material and natural environments surrounding each individual, through interdependency, become a part of the wellbeing equation. In the early 1970's, the OECD proposed that wellbeing could be measured by defining goal areas, or areas of concern, which it defined as denoting "identifiable and definable aspirations or concerns of fundamental and direct importance to human wellbeing". (ABS Measuring Wellbeing 2001)

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