Being a hobby enthusiast does not necessarily signify a scattered mind.
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How people in pain can release anger and improve their relationships.
Depression and anxiety are signs that one is not getting key needs met.
How to get started with getting started.
«Procrastination is reinforced by a powerful reward—relief from anxiety.»
At any age, you can lower dementia risk by controlling these 12 risk factors.
Building a little mental muscle could have a big impact on your life.
Emerging research suggests social media may be more harmful than we realize.
A particular collection of personality traits is associated with well-being.
«Recognizing when you are doing things that get in the way of your happiness and satisfaction is a first step toward acting differently in those situations.»
Harness your motivation to tend to "urgent" matters as a way to achieve goals.
«We know that our brains respond to urgency, so instead of fighting against ourselves, we can harness this latent motivation and use it to get things done.»
Why the greatest obstacle to success is success.
«You should change what you do, or how you live, every ten years because the greatest obstacle to success isn't failure; it's success»
What we can learn from rejections.
«If you hear "yes" at every single career stage, you probably did not reach high enough. If you never hear "no," chances are you did not take many risks (or you are just exceptionally talented, lucky, or both).»
New research into relationship endings shows how many simply just stop contact.
Is there a relationship between low self-esteem and falling for a narcissist?
The most important relationship you have in life is the one with yourself.
«When it feels tough, pretend you’re standing up for your best friend. LinkedIn and Facebook image»
When we face overwhelming stress, disconnecting can be a coping skill.
«Dissociation happens because the person is engaged in an automatic activity and is not paying attention to his or her immediate environment.»
Tools from positive psychology to help you overcome stress and adversity
Are you holding onto at least one thing that’s way past its expiration date?
«Let good things come into the space that’s been opened up by whatever you have let go of.»
Viewing effort as part of a feedback loop could help us enjoy the process.
«We can look at effort through a feedback loop that looks like this: effort > performance > pleasure > motivation > effort»
A study of the history of happiness shows that even nations bounce back.
«Though GDP has increased roughly across all the nations over the last 200 years, the National Valence Index fails to show a similar rise. »
#3: Habits are learned through repetition.
«Use event-based cues (e.g., studying after lunch) than time-based ones (e.g., studying at 7 pm) because the former are generally more effective»
... and what it can tell us about our present cultural moment.
«We can all become rich if only we want it badly enough. If we focus strongly on thoughts about money and abundance, the universe will magically resonate»
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