1. Emotional fitness. An emotionally fit person faces life's challenges in a positive, optimistic way by demonstrating self-control, stamina and balance. [Optimism vs pessimism]
2. Social fitness. A socially fit person develops and maintains trusted, valued relationships and friendships that are personally fulfilling. He or she fosters good communication, including a comfortable exchange of ideas, views, and experiences.
3. Spiritual fitness. You build spiritual fitness by developing and strengthening the beliefs, principles and values that sustain you beyond family, institutional, and societal sources of strength.
4. Family fitness. You build family fitness by being part of a family unit that is safe, supportive and loving, and provides the resources needed for all members to live in a healthy and secure environment.
5. Physical fitness. Physical readiness is the ability to meet the physical demands of any combat or duty position, accomplish the mission, and continue to fight and win. [Feel free to change the words.]
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