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Wilkinson Rebecca

I Made These!

Actor Seth Rogan and His Vases Actor and comedian Seth Rogen, the voice of Pumbaa the silly warthog in the latest version of the Lion King, has just taken up ceramics. After enthusiastically posting on Twitter pictures of his charming

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Wilkinson Rebecca

Positive Partnerships

Rebecca’s Appreciation Cards Over the last couple of months, we have been exploring how to boost our positivity by introducing “micro-moments” of positive emotions and experiences, especially important when we are going through difficult times. This helps us not only

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Wilkinson Rebecca

Micro-Moments of Positivity

Tabitha-Things I Enjoy Last month, we talked about the negativity bias and the “Broaden and Build Theory of Positive Emotions.”  The Broaden and Build Theory refers to the broadening effect that positive emotions and experiences have on what we perceive

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Wilkinson Rebecca

How Feeling Good Changes Your Mind

Jenny–Heart Warmth Gioia and Rebecca often joke that despite the fact that they share the exact same profile on the Myers-Briggs–they are both heavily weighed on the scale of extroverted, feeling, and intuitive perceivers–they are opposites in their natural dispositions.

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Wilkinson Rebecca

In the Moment and Long-Term Coping

Gioia–Symbol of Strength and Perseverance One of our clients recently added a nuance to our approach to managing stress and developing resilience. She identified that she parses her “toolbox” of coping strategies into two categories–techniques she uses “in the moment”

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Wilkinson Rebecca

Making Meaning From Scribbles

Lee–To Be or Not To Be We often talk about how important meaning-making is to happiness. At its simplest this is to say that what we believe about what is happening to and around us dramatically affects our happiness. Key

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