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scientific study of human flourishing.
The study of the strengths and virtues
that enable individuals, communities and
organisations to thrive.
8 steps to happiness
Count your blessings, practice acts of kindness, savour life's joys, thank a mentor, learn to forgive, invest time and energy in friends & family, take care of your body, develop strategies for coping with stress and hardships.
Something that helps you appreciate more things in everyday living.
Requires active engagement and is to enhance a positive experience.
living in the moment, rather then the past of future
Benefits of mindfulness
manage depression and/or anxiety
to be less angry or moody
learn more easily
to solve problems more easily
Make you happier
be more emotionally stable
Improve your breathing
Examples of mindfulness
focus on senses
enjoy something for what it is
be aware of present experiences
Focus on positive things throughout their day. (Glass is half full)
Focus on negative things throughout their day. (Glass is half empty)
If you don't experience _____________, you won't understand happiness.
Set point for happiness
What you eventually return to after going through ups and downs.
Dr Martin Seligman's Happiness Formula
H = S + C + V
H stands for _________________ (formula)
Set range (genetics)
S is your _____________ (formula)
C is your __________________ in life (formula)
V represents factors under your _______________ ______________ (formula)
The five elements that help reach fulfilment, happiness and meaning
P stands for .... (PERMA model)
E stands for.... (PERMA model)
R stands for.... (PERMA model)
M stands for.... (PERMA model)
A stands for... (PERMA model)
Dr Barbara Frederickson's positivity ratio
The amount of positive things compared to negative things in life
Flourishing and peaking performance (ratio)
Keeping your head above water (ratio)
Little sign of hope (ratio)
Possible depression (ratio)
Achieving one's full potential, including creative activities.
Prestige and feeling of accomplishment
Belongingness and love needs
Intimate relationships, friends
Food, water, warmth, rest
Top of hierarchy
Middle of hierarchy
Bottom of hierarchy
hierarchy of needs
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