I have written several blogs on defining your happiness, one which elicited the following comment: “Don’t impose your bourgeois view of happiness on us.” The comment went on to say that “their” generation doesn’t care about being happy. Rather, they
We all recognize the importance of emotions and feelings. This goes for both negative and positive ones. When something negative happens, it is a good thing that our emotions alert us.
I had lunch with a friend the other day and he told me about one of his staff members and the problems they were currently experiencing. He asked me if this “normal” behavior. He related the travails of one
For a long time people have been unsure about handling their emotionality, their emotional reactivity to a stimulus. Amazingly little explicit training is available for this complicated task. Some of the lessons about emotions we acquire in life seem