Happiness and well-being emerge when you build a certain set of skills. If you develop these skills, you will experience more happiness. Simple as that. What are these skills? Well, click on images below to learn about the many different emotion skills that contribute to happiness and well-being.
This emotion skill involves being clear about which emotions you are feeling and why you are feeling them.
This emotion skill involves being able to maintain positive self views even in the face of social rejection.
This emotional ability refers to being able to put ourselves in other people's shoes and feel what they are feeling.
This emotion skill involves to being able to find the positives or see the silver lining in negative situations.
This ability is about being able to organize ourselves in ways that help us increase our emotion skills as needed.
This capability is about being able to show and share our true, authentic selves with others.
This emotional skill is about being able to make your own decisions and live your life as you see fit.
This emotion skill refers to having positive views of yourself and your self worth.
This emotional ability refers to being able to accept our emotions non-judgmentally.
This emotion skill refers to being thankful for the people, things, and experiences we have.
This emotion skill is about being able to have emotionally positive interactions with other people.
This capability is about being motivated to continue to improve and develop the self.
This emotion skill refers to being able to resist engaging in unhealthy behaviors to cope with out negative emotions.
This capability refers to being able to communicate your needs effectively so that they can be met.
This emotion skill involves being able to stop repetitive negative thought processes.
This emotion skill involves to being able to stop worrying about real or perceived events.
This emotional ability refers to being able to change the way we feel about a situation by changing the way we think.
This ability is about being able to treat people from all walks of life with kindness.
This emotion skill refers to being able to find that gives a sense of meaning in life.
This emotion skill is about being able to approach, versus, avoid new or scary life experiences.
This emotional skill refers to being able to manage and control emotions in ways that optimize well-being.
As you can see, there are tons of emotion skills that can be developed to boost your well-being. Once you know what you skills you need to build, it's time to start doing some emotion activities and exercises.
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