The average American child in the 1980s had higher levels of this emotion than child psychiatric patients in the 1950s. Adults aren’t entirely immune either. What might this condition be? Read on to find out.
There are simple, uncomplicated ways to create more opportunities for us to be met with frequent spontaneous moments of amazement, cheer and elation. This post continues from the last to add five helpful emotions to your current repertoire to enhance and facilitate your mental and emotional health.
Fredrickson’s work on her broaden-and-build theory has paved the way for ten positive emotions to emerge into the limelight. This Part 1 of 2 introduces easy steps to inspire five of these ten positive emotions, starting from right this moment. Feeling curious?
The idea of hopeful optimism and being grateful for the small, simple things in life is gaining traction in psychological care. Here are three simple gratitude-based activities that we can incorporate into our every day to take care of our mind, body and soul.