well-known framework in positive psychology developed by Martin Seligman. It focuses on five essential elements that contribute to well-being and happiness:

Positive Emotion (P): Positive emotions, such as joy, gratitude, and contentment, contribute to overall well-being. Experiencing positive emotions is associated with improved health and longevity. Engagement (E): Engagement refers to being fully absorbed in an activity or experiencing a state of flow. Engaging in activities that align with one’s interests and strengths can promote psychological well-being and reduce stress. Relationships (R): Positive relationships and social connections are crucial for well-being. Having a strong social support network can help individuals cope with stress and lead to better health outcomes. Meaning (M): Finding meaning and purpose in life is associated with improved mental and physical health. People who have a sense of purpose tend to engage in healthier behaviors. Accomplishment (A): Accomplishment refers to setting and achieving goals. A sense of accomplishment can boost self-esteem and overall well-being.