Need inspiration on how to live well and stay well? Rachel Grunwell, Cigna’s Wellbeing Ambassador can show you how.
We’ve had Kiwis’ backs for close to a century, and protect more than 350,000 customers with simple, affordable insurance products and services.
Judging by the results of Cigna’s recently-released 360 Wellbeing Survey, the issue of work/life/family balance is front of mind for a lot of Kiwis. A total of 52 per cent of people surveyed, feel they don’t spend enough time with their families. This is up from 45 per cent the previous year.
Death can be hard concept to comprehend. It’s one of the most binary parts of life. Like the flick of a switch; on then off. As adults death is usually an unwelcome subject to discuss; no one really likes to think or talk about the end of their lives.
If you’ve ever lost a loved one, then you’ve probably heard about the five stages of grief. These five stages are universal and are experienced by people of all backgrounds and from all walks of life. While the grieving may not go through the stages of grief in the same order, they will experience all of them. Understanding these five stages of grief can help you heal through the mourning process.
At the heart of being healthy is connection, connection, connection… We need to connect to who we really are as individuals: Our values, dreams, what we stand for in this life and live true to a purpose that we believe in and that gives us genuine meaning.