What exactly is wellness?
Have you ever wondered why human beings have a tendency to stay in harmful situations, circumstances or relationships?
Or why New Year’s resolutions sometimes last until February?
We have every intention of changing, we try, we make great efforts, even promises, and it’s as if an invisible force brings us back to where we started, more and more disappointed.
I have good news for you, in this series of articles I will share with you what I have discovered after years of research on issues of behavior and human development.
My name is Adriana Reed, founder and CEO of Be2Be-Coaching, a company dedicated to training for emotional self-sufficiency; creator of a protocol that enables positive and lasting change based on the principles of quantum physics and engineering in software person.
My interdisciplinary training brought me to San Diego in 2008 as a result of what I realized years later, forced migration; I left Mexico with my three children at the time, ages 7, 9 and 11, facing some of the basic situations that single mothers face, as well as being responsible for the education and economic support of my children.
I graduated in International Relations at the Universidad Iberoamericana with a major in International Politics and did my social services at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (This short summary will make sense later)
In 1997, I became a lover of research and the world of possibilities when one of my children was born prematurely. The first medical prognosis was: “This child needs a miracle, we have already done everything humanly possible to save him.” The miracle came, and when his vitals finally stabilized, the same doctor came to me and said, “He probably won’t walk, and it’s hard for him to control basic functions.” Scared by the news, I didn’t stay there, I studied Resonant Remodeling (Wordsworth, 2014). Along the way, I’ve specialized in human software engineering and developed some of the resources I’d like to share with you in these articles. The preemie is now a CPA, ran and completed the San Diego Marathon last June.
In 2005 I divorced the father of my children, aware of the task of teaching and educating, I took advantage of the opportunity offered by my children’s school to study a Master’s Degree in Education specializing in Family Counseling in collaboration with the Complutense University of Madrid .
In 2008, my MSc specialization in human software engineering brought me to San Diego to collaborate on a research project to assist war veterans in their rehabilitation from symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder).
In 2011, the company I was working for moved to China and then I joined the Mexican Foreign Service with the beautiful and noble task of representing my country as a cultural attaché, press officer in charge of tourism promotion and the area of communities, among others, for a period of almost 10 years. At the end of my assignment I decided to found Be2Be-Coaching.
In this first article, I’d like you to join me in exploring the meaning of the word wellness from another angle.
you will have heard the word health and wellness, And if you’re like me, the first thing that comes to mind is “eat healthy and exercise” and yes, good nutrition combined with exercise is an essential part of wellness, but that’s not all.
Our human existence goes beyond just our physical body, we also have a mental body, an emotional and spiritual body or our connection to divinity or creative energy.
My specialty focuses on the health of our emotional body, so these articles will be primarily focused on understanding and realizing this level of well-being.
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Until next time.
Adriana Reid is the founder and CEO of Be2Be-Coaching, a company dedicated to coaching emotional self-sufficiency. you can write to email@example.com.