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Harvard’s 75 year study into what makes us happy

75 year study into what makes us happy. Washington Post-March, 2016 “The longest study of human development, the ongoing Grant Study is a decades-long project that began following the lives of Harvard University men [724] selected in 1938 – among them President John F. Kennedy and former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee – and tracked…
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Understand why you eat for emotional comfort

Understand why you eat for emotional comfort A typical website will explain the difference between emotional hunger and physical hunger. For example: ·       Emotional hunger comes on suddenly. It hits you in an instant and feels overwhelming and urgent. Physical hunger, on the other hand, comes on more gradually. The urge to eat doesn’t feel as dire or…
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How to understand and fix a dysfunctional leader

Dysfunctional leaders Once there is a breakdown in balance between support versus challenge, by parents with a child, by a team leader with team members, or by a national leader with society, then dysfunction will eventual arise through a clearly defined, yet multi-optional set of circumstances. The process starts with a breakdown in relationship principles,…
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About Cognitive Principle Therapy

What are principles in Cognitive Principle Therapy?   In the cognitive principle matrix there is a relationship between neuroscience's three brains, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, neural pathways (8 states of mind) and Freud's defense mechanisms. The combination of these four are used in cognitive principle therapy to assess and counsel the client. Freud's defense mechanisms…
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