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“Gratitude neutralises negative emotions” (Sonja Lyubomirsky) 

I am doing a lot of research for my new “It’s All About Gratitude”  eBook on the scientific studies of the relationship between gratitude and happiness and I am wonderfully amazed by the findings.  Below is a Greater Good Science Centre, www.greatergoodscience.org YouTube video of Sonja Lyubomirsky, Professor of Psychology, University of California, Riverside, in which she talks about one of those gratitude studies, “Count Your Blessings” – I am sure you will find it very interesting indeed.

My own preference is most definitely carrying out the practice of dailygratitude because I know this 100% works for me but everyone is different and as the study explains maybe doing this once a week is enough and will have a greater impact for you.

May today be a “Count Your Blessings” day today for you and may it bring you a deeper sense…

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By David Joel Miller, MS, Licensed Therapist & Licensed Counselor.

Fear of feelings?

You would think that feelings were on the banned substance list. So many people are avoiding them. Failure to feel what we feel is at the root of a lot of mental health problems. Still, people go to great lengths to not feel those feelings.

We hear lots of advice about ways to avoid feelings, think logically, pull yourself together don’t let yourself feel that. The forces of logic have won the day and henceforth feelings are banned.

But we know in our gut that sometimes feelings are telling us the truth when our head wants to mislead us.

Some people grew up in homes where their feelings were invalidated. You said you were sad and you were told you are not sad, you don’t even know what sad is. If you feel that way you are being…

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I’m a happy person. I enjoy laughing and have no problem laughing at myself (just ask the walls and furniture that are always leaping out at me – or my crazy race photos).

I’ve known the old adage of “laughter is good medicine” for years, but last Thursday, I became a true believer.

Through a series of events, I ended up attending a live local theatrical production of “Monty Python’s Spamalot.”

I had no idea what to expect, nor did the 6 people who joined me. We like trying new things and figured we’d at least have a ‘different’ night out.

Five days before the theatre, I somehow tweaked my lower back. I would have laughed more at myself if it didn’t hurt so much — I think I looked like I was trying to do a robot dance most of the time that week with anything…

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