This is where you can look first; look at what is missing instead of what you label as ‘wrong’.
Check out your personal and work life; do they fulfill if not exceed your expectations? What is your story? What do you want? What are your wants and needs?
There are many aspects to well-being, including but not limited to: physical well-being, emotional well-being, social well-being, economic well-being, and appealing activities and work.
Personal well-being is vital to each and every one of us, yet we do not make a practice of learning what it is and how we can have it.
Well-being is at the least the presence of positive and the absence of negative emotions.
In some ways, it is aligned with Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, needs that motivate human behavior. These needs start from the bottom and continue to build, one after the other: physiological, safety, love, and belonging, esteem, and self-actualization.
To increase your confidence, attain more inner peace, discover your authenticity, understand your purpose and determine your values, this is Personal Well-Being.
If you could even communicate your desire for these needs, you are ahead of the game, and it is a game. There are times of confusion and doubt that may stand in your way.
You must be ready, willing and able to commit to you, to put yourself first.
You might also want to manage your stress better. This is quite possible; however, you need to acknowledge first that your life warrants that help.