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Are there ways to short-circuit the low moods before they arise? If you had to recommend a principle that was not gratitude-based or savoring to prevent bad moods, what principle would you suggest? Are there reliable ways to create lasting purpose or meaning? I know that it means connecting to something larger than yourself from reading Authentic Happiness. The meaning-over-adversity theme is important. When I stop and think about those who suffer from terminal and permanent disease, grief, etc. Here are a few quotations — things that I highlighted in pink when I first read it:.

Sometimes the growth in character that they detected in themselves was in the form of an increased empathy for and understanding of others. The particular benefit respondents found in their loss — whether it was through a gain in perspective, growth in their character, or a strengthening of relationships — did not influence their adjustment… Rather it was finding a benefit of any kind that was associated with better adjustment.

Hi, Jeff! Tal Ben Shahar highlights the research on exercise as a component of positive psychology. Not heavy exercise, it can be as little as 30 minutes of walking three times a week. Exercise affects mood. Finally, I sometimes use music to change a mood. Dave, There is some interesting research that suggests that emotions come first and then we appraise them think about them which in-turn can amplify or diminish the emotion.

I suggest you play around with some breathing, meditation, mantras or exercise. Research shows that all increase mood and emotional regulation. Read Descartes error — research shows emotion comes first. It makes sense because emotion drives thinking and behaviour remember broaden and build.

Wayne, the relationship between rider and elephant is much closer and more bi-directional than that metaphor suggests. I still find it a very useful metaphor. However, cognitivie behavioral therapy, the foundational science under much of positive psychology, is also right — thoughts influence behavior. Learning to think differently about situations, many of which are ambiguous from an emotional situation, changes our emotions. On the other hand, practicing activities designed to change the pattern of our emotions — Three Good Things , for example — changes our moods and most common emotional reactions.

Those changes make more positive, optimistic thoughts easier to entertain. That said, I appreciate the recommendation. There is some interesting new research that suggests the B in CBT is all important — not the thinking.


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This fits in with strengths work where getting people to work on their strengths behaviour has a powerful impact on wellbeing. She also says that happiness can be increased through intentional activity. It can look for ways to get the elephant to practice practice practice until the intentional actions become habitual.

The will to search for and exert ways to get the elephant to practice is the self-regulation that Jeff Dustin often asks about.

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Thanks for your answer, Dave. Perhaps the emphasis on thinking is due to the values of the academics — their currency is thinking. The irony is that love of learning correlates poorly with life satisfaction. All of these intentional activities that you list have thought components — e.

For me, thinking is an important part of activities where I experience flow. Emotion, thought, and behavior form a system of mutually affecting parts. Thought is just one entry point for affecting the way the system works overall. Love of learning has a lower relative correlation with life satisfaction than love, optimism, and curiosity. Wayne, I agree with much of what you say. Get up and get moving is a good start toward greater well-being for many. But, especially when we are stuck or facing an adversity, thinking can play a role if we know the tools.

The trick, of course, is that it is exactly when we are facing an adversity or stuck that thinking, especially in fruitful ways, becomes most difficult.

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The research is pretty clear — mastering these cognitive components and acting on them, yes can lead to greater resilience, less depression, more hope, optimism, and happiness. Would I do these to the exclusion of exercise, mindfulness, exercising strengths, gratitude, and forgiveness. Dave, check out the following article that questions the C in CBT. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.

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Learn how your comment data is processed. Seligman, M. New York: Mariner Books. New York: Vintage. Gottman, J. Raising an emotionally intelligent child.

Image x5 Strumming this old guitar courtesy of David Masters. Not seeing the pictures for the book links? Disable Adblocking for this site to view them. It is more like the actual sequence of a bad mood or loss of resilience. A usually ends up being trivial, so I usually leave out A and keep C fairly short. Its B and C that are the areas that need work.


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    I know that it means connecting to something larger than yourself from reading Authentic Happiness. The meaning-over-adversity theme is important. When I stop and think about those who suffer from terminal and permanent disease, grief, etc. Here are a few quotations — things that I highlighted in pink when I first read it:. Sometimes the growth in character that they detected in themselves was in the form of an increased empathy for and understanding of others.

    The particular benefit respondents found in their loss — whether it was through a gain in perspective, growth in their character, or a strengthening of relationships — did not influence their adjustment… Rather it was finding a benefit of any kind that was associated with better adjustment. Hi, Jeff!

    Tal Ben Shahar highlights the research on exercise as a component of positive psychology. Not heavy exercise, it can be as little as 30 minutes of walking three times a week.

    Exercise affects mood. Finally, I sometimes use music to change a mood. Dave, There is some interesting research that suggests that emotions come first and then we appraise them think about them which in-turn can amplify or diminish the emotion. I suggest you play around with some breathing, meditation, mantras or exercise.

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