10 Steps to Savoring the Good Things in Life

Stacey Kennelly – July 23, 2012

Greater Good

It’s not uncommon for us to focus on negative experiences and to even replay the events over-and-over again in our minds – perhaps creating stress, anxiety and a negative attitude and mood.  However, it is less common for us to ‘savor’ our positive experiences.  The author describes ways to more consciously immerse oneself in – and spend time appreciating – positive experiences.  By so doing, we may increase psychological and emotional well-being. 

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The world of the happy is quite different from the that of the unhappy ~ Ludwig Wittgenstein


Dr. Martin Phillips-Hing s a registered psychologist in private practice in Langley, BC.




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