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Neglect of one’s intellectual well-being – the self’s need for mental stimulation and growth throughout life – may not lead to dire consequences, but to say that it is less likely to be life-threatening than other forms of well-being, does not take away from its importance in a balanced and overall healthy life.
Relevant key concepts with respect to immediate and life-long intellectual well-being would include, but are not limited to:
- Expanding knowledge
- Scholastic, cultural and community activities
- Continuing education
Activities conductive to intellectual stimulation and growth may be categorized as:
- Single event (reading a book, participating in a book club)
- Short-term (attending a lecture series or training event)
- Longer-term (pursuing an advanced degree)