Write Yourself Happy

Write Yourself Happy

Positive journalling combines these two, creating a powerful practice that offers
us the opportunity to write ourselves happier – every day. An important feature of
positive journalling is that this kind of writing is almost effortlessly doable.

Author: Megan C Hayes PhD

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781856753883

Category: Self-Help

Page: 224

View: 255

Psychologists tell us that writing helps us cope with and recover from depression, anxiety, job loss and even heartbreak. Exciting new research shows that we can flourish further by actively choosing to write about positive emotions. Journalling is a hot trend - for personal expression, creativity, self-actualisation and goal-setting. In Write Yourself Happy, author Megan Hayes shows us how, using positive journalling, we can journal more consciously, writing in a way that engages and promotes our most supportive and life-affirming emotions. This practical workbook demonstrates how to put eight of the most commonly experienced positive emotions - joy, gratitude, serenity, interest, hope, pride, awe and love - to work, helping us not simply to feel better, but to live better. Based on groundbreaking research in positive psychology, and backed up by extensive scientific studies, the book includes practical exercises and case studies to inspire readers to shift their focus, use different words, see the world in a subtly different way - and discover how things go right when we write. Praise for Write Yourself Happy: 'The power of positivity comes together with the power of the pen. It is a mighty force for well-being.' Miriam Akhtar MAPP Author of Positive Psychology for Overcoming Depression and What is Post-traumatic Growth? 'Write Yourself Happy is filled with practical, applied and scientifically proven methods - it offers readers a direct path to increase positivity and sustain happiness. It is the perfect resource for optimal wellbeing.' Daniel J Tomasulo, PhD, TEP, MFA, MAPP Psychologist and author of Character Strengths Matter 'This book is ideal for anyone who is looking for a creative and uplifting path to happiness. Megan's encouraging tone and fun exercises not only boost your mood but also help you to forge a stronger connection with yourself. I highly recommend the read - and doing each of the writing exercises in it!' Susanna Halonen The Happyologist® and author of Screw Finding Your Passion 'Forget the pressure to become a perfectionist Photoshop you. Write Yourself Happy is about easing into a reality that already exists and needs nothing more to bloom than pen on paper. Let the scientifically nuanced and reassuring rhythm of your compassionate Sherpa Megan C Hayes steal you away.' Kristen Truempy, MAPP Creator of the Positive Psychology Podcast 'Megan artfully combines the world of writing with positive psychology producing this guide to 'writing yourself happy'. Written with a delicate balance of scientifically based wellbeing advice alongside an open playfulness that allows the reader to consider and interpret things for themselves. It is thanks to reading this book that my clients, and of course myself, enjoy the many benefits of Positive Journaling.' Samantha Spafford Psychologist and Director of Positive Mind Works
Categories: Self-Help

Write Yourself Happy

Write Yourself Happy

It is the perfect resource for optimal wellbeing.' Daniel J Tomasulo, PhD, TEP, MFA, MAPP Psychologist and author of Character Strengths Matter 'This book is ideal for anyone who is looking for a creative and uplifting path to happiness.

Author: Megan Hayes PhD

Publisher: Gaia

ISBN: 9781856753883

Category: Self-Help

Page: 224

View: 329

Psychologists tell us that writing helps us cope with and recover from depression, anxiety, job loss and even heartbreak. Exciting new research shows that we can flourish further by actively choosing to write about positive emotions. Journalling is a hot trend - for personal expression, creativity, self-actualisation and goal-setting. In Write Yourself Happy, author Megan Hayes shows us how, using positive journalling, we can journal more consciously, writing in a way that engages and promotes our most supportive and life-affirming emotions. This practical workbook demonstrates how to put eight of the most commonly experienced positive emotions - joy, gratitude, serenity, interest, hope, pride, awe and love - to work, helping us not simply to feel better, but to live better. Based on groundbreaking research in positive psychology, and backed up by extensive scientific studies, the book includes practical exercises and case studies to inspire readers to shift their focus, use different words, see the world in a subtly different way - and discover how things go right when we write. Praise for Write Yourself Happy: 'The power of positivity comes together with the power of the pen. It is a mighty force for well-being.' Miriam Akhtar MAPP Author of Positive Psychology for Overcoming Depression and What is Post-traumatic Growth? 'Write Yourself Happy is filled with practical, applied and scientifically proven methods - it offers readers a direct path to increase positivity and sustain happiness. It is the perfect resource for optimal wellbeing.' Daniel J Tomasulo, PhD, TEP, MFA, MAPP Psychologist and author of Character Strengths Matter www.dare2behappy.com 'This book is ideal for anyone who is looking for a creative and uplifting path to happiness. Megan's encouraging tone and fun exercises not only boost your mood but also help you to forge a stronger connection with yourself. I highly recommend the read - and doing each of the writing exercises in it!' Susanna Halonen The Happyologist® and author of Screw Finding Your Passion www.happyologist.co.uk 'Forget the pressure to become a perfectionist Photoshop you. Write Yourself Happy is about easing into a reality that already exists and needs nothing more to bloom than pen on paper. Let the scientifically nuanced and reassuring rhythm of your compassionate Sherpa Megan C Hayes steal you away.' Kristen Truempy, MAPP Creator of the Positive Psychology Podcast www.strengthsphoenix.com 'Megan artfully combines the world of writing with positive psychology producing this guide to 'writing yourself happy'. Written with a delicate balance of scientifically based wellbeing advice alongside an open playfulness that allows the reader to consider and interpret things for themselves. It is thanks to reading this book that my clients, and of course myself, enjoy the many benefits of Positive Journaling.' Samantha Spafford Psychologist and Director of Positive Mind Works www.positivemindworks.co.nz
Categories: Self-Help

Write Yourself Happy

Write Yourself Happy

Based on groundbreaking research in positive psychology, and backed up by extensive scientific studies, the book includes practical exercises and case studies to inspire readers to shift their focus, use different words, see the world in a ...

Author: Megan C Hayes

Publisher: Gaia

ISBN: 1856753824

Category: Self-Help

Page: 224

View: 669

The research confirms it: Writing heals. Psychologists tell us that writing helps us cope with and recover from depression, anxiety, job loss and even heartbreak. Exciting new research shows that we can flourish further by actively choosing to write about positive emotions. Journaling is a hot trend - for personal expression, creativity, self-actualisation and goalsetting. In Write Yourself Happy, author Megan Hayes shows us how, using positive journaling, we can journal more consciously, writing in a way that engages and promotes our most supportive and life-affirming emotions. This practical, journal-style workbook demonstrates how to put eight of the most commonly experienced positive emotions - joy, gratitude, serenity, interest, hope, pride, awe and love - to work, helping us not simply to feel better, but to live better. Based on groundbreaking research in positive psychology, and backed up by extensive scientific studies, the book includes practical exercises and case studies to inspire readers to shift their focus, use different words, see the world in a subtly different way - and discover how things go right when we write.
Categories: Self-Help

The Joy of Writing Things Down

The Joy of Writing Things Down

In this book you'll discover practical ways to turn the ordinary ritual of jotting things down into a remarkable source of peace, focus and confidence.

Author: Megan C Hayes

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781529413007

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 192

View: 931

Whether it's a speedy note-to-self, a simple shopping list or a carefully penned thank-you note, putting words on paper is a daily habit - and can also bring us great joy and calm. In this book you'll discover practical ways to turn the ordinary ritual of jotting things down into a remarkable source of peace, focus and confidence. Learn to take pleasure in your correspondence, find fresh delight in your diary writing and put renewed heart in your humble to-do list. Dr Megan C Hayes has spent her academic career exploring the links between writing, identity and happiness - and she is on a mission to encourage us all to pick up a pen and reap the wellbeing benefits in writing. 'A treasure trove of uplifting and accessible practices, to organise your mind and give shape to your day.' Suzy Reading, author of The Little Book of Self-Care 'Easy to read, deeply inspiring and oh so wise, it was the perfect antidote to my in-box overwhelm.' Susannah Conway, author of This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Write Yourself Happy Scripture Word Mapping Journal

Write Yourself Happy  Scripture Word Mapping Journal

The Write Yourself Happy scripture word map journal engages the believers and reveals Gods promises and allows us to research his voice through his words.

Author: Demita Woolfolk-Walton

Publisher:

ISBN: 109131277X

Category:

Page: 120

View: 720

The Write Yourself Happy scripture word map journal engages the believers and reveals Gods promises and allows us to research his voice through his words.
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Write Yourself Happy or at Least Less Sad

Write Yourself Happy  or at Least Less Sad

Sit down with this journal and a cup of tea, get all of your busy thoughts out of your head and onto paper, and begin setting some meaningful intentions for the happy life you desire.

Author: Sophia Louise

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1730949614

Category:

Page: 80

View: 647

Sit down with this journal and a cup of tea, get all of your busy thoughts out of your head and onto paper, and begin setting some meaningful intentions for the happy life you desire.
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Write Yourself Happy a Journal of Becoming Unbothered

Write Yourself Happy  a Journal of Becoming Unbothered

A guided journal for the becoming Unbothered journey. Living your best life through scripture and writing.

Author: Demita Walton

Publisher:

ISBN: 172783917X

Category:

Page: 36

View: 457

A guided journal for the becoming Unbothered journey. Living your best life through scripture and writing.
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Only You Can Make Yourself Happy

Only You Can Make Yourself Happy

Only you can make yourself happy. Point checkered notebook for you. Write down your love stories or love letters. Draw some hearts. Write down things for your loved ones. Only you can make yourself happy. Be happy. Smile and be optimistic.

Author: Be Happy

Publisher:

ISBN: 1707636508

Category:

Page: 120

View: 699

Only you can make yourself happy. Point checkered notebook for you. Write down your love stories or love letters. Draw some hearts. Write down things for your loved ones. Only you can make yourself happy. Be happy. Smile and be optimistic.
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Write Yourself Happy Prayer Journal

Write Yourself Happy Prayer Journal

A journal which encourages the writer to strengthen their relationship with the creator, organize and convey their emotions, and listen and record the voice of God.

Author: Demita Woolfolk-Walton

Publisher:

ISBN: 1793946078

Category:

Page: 177

View: 626

A journal which encourages the writer to strengthen their relationship with the creator, organize and convey their emotions, and listen and record the voice of God.
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The Serenity Passport

The Serenity Passport

Whether you find peacefulness in an afternoon siesta, prefer a calmingvolta or simply like to grab a beer with mates to unwind as described by the Norwegian utepils, the words in this book will inspire you with new ways to find calm in ...

Author: Megan C Hayes

Publisher: White Lion Publishing

ISBN: 9781781319161

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 144

View: 515

Discover a calmer way of life with secrets drawn from cultures around the world. From ancient meditative practices to simple self-care philosophies, throughout history and around the world people have sought ways to live a more balanced life. In our busy, modern lives we are constantly seeking a deeper state of balance and calmness of mind, such as that evoked by the the Sanskrit upeksa. Whether you find peacefulness in an afternoon siesta, prefer a calmingvolta or simply like to grab a beer with mates to unwind as described by the Norwegian utepils, the words in this book will inspire you with new ways to find calm in everyday life. Positive psychologist Megan C Hayes reveals the true meaning of each term and show you how to bring a little more serenity to every area of life.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Structured Enrichment Programs for Couples and Families

Structured Enrichment Programs for Couples and Families

Exercise 1.2.5: More Happiness Now that each of you has talked about
happiness in general terms, let's pin down very specifically what each of you can
do to make yourself happy. Write down exactly what you are going to do that will
please ...

Author: Luciano L'Abate

Publisher: Bruner Meisel U

ISBN: UOM:39015011640185

Category: Families

Page: 502

View: 505

Categories: Families

The Small Step to Great Happiness

The Small Step to Great Happiness

This is a strong motivating book to become happy, follow the experience and love your life.

Author: Holly

Publisher:

ISBN: 1656277549

Category:

Page: 122

View: 100

This is a strong motivating book to become happy, follow the experience and love your life. The book is unique because it is also a book to write yourself, write down your most beautiful memories while you are on holiday, you can also use it as a notebook and the first pages will always show you the right way
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Micah Write Me a Happy Ending

Micah  Write Me a Happy Ending

You don ' t have to tell me about yourself . I love you . " " ' I don ' t know how to
start , " she said trying to control her voice . “ Hearing you talk about your family
and about yourself seemed easy , but I am afraid that what I have to say will not ...

Author: Joan Ragsdale Ingram

Publisher:

ISBN: 0806245484

Category: Authors, American

Page: 214

View: 885

Categories: Authors, American

Free Yourself to Write

Free Yourself to Write

Kurt Vonnegut In the beginning I remember a teacher who , when I was very
young , responded something like this to my writing : " Joan , your sentence is
wrong . It says , ' I had a real happy feeling because I got someplace nice to go .

Author: Joan Minninger

Publisher: Workshops for Innovative

ISBN: 096040421X

Category: Authorship

Page: 180

View: 345

Categories: Authorship

The Brick Reader

The Brick Reader

Mississippians were writing and harboured opinions . That seems stupid ... I
sometimes think that if I ' d never read a book she ' d have been just as happy .
She believed you occupied a niche in life and strived to make yourself happy in it
.

Author: Michael Ondaatje

Publisher: Coach House Books

ISBN: UOM:39015031748422

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 335

View: 280

Categories: Literary Collections

Discover Yourself Discover Happiness

Discover Yourself  Discover Happiness

This book is my personal story, my journey through life.

Author: Eva Stanová

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781481782470

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 184

View: 362

This book is my personal story, my journey through life. I am writing it despite what I read somewhere that it’s not good to write about oneself. But how can I write about things I haven’t experienced firsthand? The most difficult thing that has happened to me in my life—divorce—also brought about the best things. I discovered my own lifestyle—the happiness lifestyle. Maybe all that is needed is a change of viewpoint and an understanding that if two people are not headed in the same direction, it might be time to part ways. Peacefully, lovingly, and with nothing but the best wishes for the other person. I am writing this story for those who are looking for happiness, searching for it themselves, or those trying to deal with their relationships. I am also writing it for myself. I am closing a chapter of my life, and I am assessing its worth. I will write about my experiences, wins and losses, and maybe through them you will realize what you want and don’t want in your life and those things that influence us in life. Sometimes it can be some small thing, and sometimes something more serious, that will be reflected in our subconscious. This negative information about ourselves then influences us on our journey through life and will trap us in certain models of behavior. My story is about searching for my own path. Despite being divorced, I am fully supportive of the family life, and that it is an arena of freedom. What do you think gives us freedom? For me personally, it is being able to speak the truth and have open communication. Thanks to these two things I am able to grow, and the same goes for the people that I am communicating with. We give each other an opportunity for change. If we are not communicating openly and are keeping our emotional wounds to ourselves, maybe we are destroying a prospective relationship. Yes, I know, you need two to tango. Where is the best place to start? With yourself. No one will teach you how to live a happy life. We learn from our parents. Without even knowing it, they are showing and teaching us models of behavior, whether they are negative or positive. But as children, we’re not able to recognize what these are, and we accept everything that we see and also what we feel. In January 2005, I laid hands on Virginia Satir’s book Conjoint Family Therapy. As early as 1970, Virginia Satir was describing how we could live freely within our families. Yes, we could, if we knew how to communicate truthfully and openly, without fear, without anger, and without hurt. My divorce mobilized all the inner power and skills I had that I was unaware of until then. It was a valuable part of my journey of finding myself! This path began sometime during this period. In the two years leading to my divorce, I felt as if I was buried alive. Do you know that feeling? We can all decide whether we want to live again and cherish every minute of life. I decided that I did. This book is comprised of three parts: part 1 is my very own story; part 2 talks about ways and methods that have helped me; part 3 allows space for creation of a happy life. It is an interactive e-book, so whichever way you choose, you will always find something new. After clicking on the green words, you will find more information on the topic. You can enter all your additional inquiries into Google. “Don’t believe a word I say.” Let the book inspire you. Examine and discover your lifestyle—the happiness lifestyle.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

A Diet for 100 Healthy Happy Years

A Diet for 100 Healthy  Happy Years

Also, write down your thoughts for later consultation. Put what you are, what you
want, what you need into real spoken and written words. Tell yourself what needs
to be changed to make you happy. Make a commitment to yourself to work to ...

Author: Morvyth McQueen-Williams

Publisher:

ISBN: 0132111853

Category: Centenarians

Page: 220

View: 807

Categories: Centenarians

The Happy Critic

The Happy Critic

First word of advice about writing : Cite dictionary definitions only when you think
they are really interesting , giving information that is not reasonably obvious .
When you need to explain a word , try to define it yourself — and then , if you
aren ' t ...

Author: Harvey Birenbaum

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages

ISBN: 1559347066

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 263

View: 729

This is a sophisticated yet witty and enjoyable introduction to reading literature and writing about it. Providing a thorough view of the techniques a student needs for analysis and interpretation, it gives solid advice—illustrated with many examples of student writing—on composing critical writing with strong focus, a sense of style, something to say, and some personal commitment.
Categories: Literary Criticism

King Henry IV Part I

King Henry IV  Part I

Edm . About it ; and write happy when thou has done . Mark , I say , instantly ; and
carry it so As I have set it down . Capt . ... At this time 35 write happy : call yourself
happy . 49 common bosom : affection of the people . 50 impress'd : pressed ...

Author: William Shakespeare

Publisher:

ISBN: IOWA:31858049781929

Category:

Page: 485

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Selected Plays of Shakespeare

Selected Plays of Shakespeare

Edm . About it , and write happy when thou hast done . Mark , I say , instantly ;
and carry it so As I have set it down . Capt . I cannot ... 35 . write happy : call
yourself happy . 38 - 9 . Capt . . . . do it . Omitted in Fı . 47 . and appointed guard .
So Qa ...

Author: William Shakespeare

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:555080451

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Page:

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