Be well is a phrase that describes a positive state of mind and spirit.
In an age of social media, it has become a rallying cry for people looking for a sense of community.
But a new poll has found that only 20% of people surveyed had a positive attitude towards it.
The Be Well movement is also facing a backlash.
The number of tweets about it has doubled in the last year.
“We’ve had so many negative responses,” said Susanne Hägg, who runs the Be Well centre in Göteborg, Sweden.
A group of people living together and discussing issues in their home. “
What is Be Well?”
A group of people living together and discussing issues in their home.
Be Well aims to give a sense to people of a positive place in society and to provide a place for people to share their thoughts.
The idea is to “bring a sense and energy to a community”.
It involves sharing information, discussing issues, getting advice, and having a meal.
“I don’t think I have ever seen such a large number of people who feel a sense that they are part of something positive and active in the world,” said Häg.
“When I talk to them, it is almost like a dream come true.”
One of Be Well’s main tenets is to be “positive and peaceful”.
It encourages people to talk to each other, and the group of 30 people has been running Be Well sessions at its Göteberg centre for the past year.
The aim is to have as many people as possible come together, share their ideas and experiences, and listen to others.
“Everyone is on the same wavelength,” said Kristin Rønnlund, a facilitator at the Be Butte centre.
“If you have a bad day, it doesn’t matter how you feel, you can talk about it, you could share it, and you can share it with others.”
Hägl and Røndlund have been helping with Be Buttes sessions for years.
“My heart is so happy when I see people who have the same positive attitude as us,” Hälland said.
“Even though we are different people, we are all human beings.
And when we are happy, we all feel happier.”
The Be Butts were founded in 2003 and have grown into a worldwide movement of about 40,000 people.
Many of them are young people who are looking for support and to feel connected to others in a more social environment.
Hägnlund said that one of the most important things is to find a space where they can be themselves and have fun.
“One of the things I have learnt from Be Buts is to give people a space to talk about anything and everything,” she said.
It is the idea of a place where people can come together and have a good time and learn.
“The only way to do that is by being open and honest,” Hågnlund added.
The main difference between Be Butters sessions and other social gatherings is that the Be Forwards are not trying to get people to get in each others way.
“People can come and go,” said Rørnlund.
“There are no rules, no expectations.
People come because they want to talk, and we give them a place to talk and be together.”
In Göteberget, a suburb of Gothenburg, a number of young people gather at the group’s centre to chat about things ranging from the weather, to sports, to politics.
“Be Forwards is the most positive thing we’ve seen in our life,” said Nils, a 25-year-old from Gothenberg.
“This has been a positive experience.”