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Happiness Therapy (Silver Linings Playbook) de David O. Russell en salles françaises le 30 janvier 2013

Happiness Therapy (Silver Linings Playbook) de David O. Russell : critique

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Journal Prompts for Self Care: DBT and ACT

These are DBT and ACT-based journal prompts for you to use for yourself or with a therapist/client.

Do you need a quick boost of happiness? If so, hop on the mat and follow this 20-minute yoga essential flow. Forget your troubles, boost your energy and create a lighter, happier you! http://www.spotebi.com/yoga-sequences/happiness-boosting/

Yoga Essential Flow

Improve your range of motion, increase circulation, and calm your mind with this 10 minute full body stretching flow. [ "Improve your range of motion increas

4 facts to recognize and treat seasonal #depression: http://www.healthcentral.com/depression/c/458275/174690/recognizing-infographic/?ap=2012 #mentalhealth @mentalhealtham

Do the seemingly endless winter days have you feeling blue? As the winter drags on, many people expe.

▶ Why I dance... Pourquoi je danse... - YouTube --  Why do YOU dance?  For some it is healing.  For some it is for courage.  For some it is expression of emotions.  For some it is liberation. For some it's about passion.   For some it's their truest voice.  You don't need to put it in words.  But put the dance in your body and let her move you closer to who you can more fully be. ~nin

Ontario Dances, a program of Ontario Arts Council shares this inspirational video, Why I Dance (Pourquoi je danse), giving many dancers the opportunity to share to them

Pure Psychology. We settle for what we have if we have no other options. Paraplegics and Lottery winners have the same amount of happiness 6 months afterwards because they see their life as good as it's going to get. But are we truly happy, or are we just settling because we think "This is as good as it's going to get"?

This made me realize the line between the two really blurred. Time to define it.

Are you really happy or just really comfortable? This is a serious question. Life is too short, never settle!