Osborne Creating Optimism

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The Eight Fundamentals of Happiness In the last few years, researchers have devoted a lot of time to the topic of happiness, and they largely agree on what brings it about. According to Prof. ” In a recent article in Psychology Today he wrote: Feel-good happiness is sensation-based pleasure. When we joke around or have sex, we experience feel-good happiness. Since feel-good happiness is ruled by the law of diminishing returns, the kicks get harder to come by. This type of happiness rarely lasts longer than a few hours at a time.

Many studies have shown that pet owners live longer and are healthier and you are less likely to have a heart attack if you own a dog. Contact with an animal is a marvelous antidepressant. Our brains are forged to live in small, mutually supportive communities in close contact with nature and animals. The further you get from this ideal the more stressed, depressed, pessimistic, and unhappy you become. When you structure your relationships according to your needs—and your life so that you are in contact with the natural world—you become happier, more confident, and less depressed.

If you went with a companion, what thoughts and feelings did you share? What new sensations and changes do you notice in your body? 4 Step 1: Identify and Defeat the Inner Saboteur 7 S o far, we’ve seen that depression is the result of a number of factors, all having to do with relationships gone wrong in a dysfunctional society. The unsupported, troubled nuclear family is a breeding ground for trauma and, in the broadest sense of the word, abuse. These experiences alter the structure and chemistry of children’s brains and, along with possible genetic factors, predispose them to depression and its associated disorders, anxiety, and PTSD.

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