Do you run from your dark side and only acknowledge your bright, bubbly side? Todd Kashdan is a professor of at George Mason University and a recognized authority on well-being and social relationships. His latest book is The Upside of Your Dark Side: Why being your whole self – not just your good self – drives success and fulfillment. Todd is here today to talk about what being mentally healthy and successful
“It’s not about what you do in a given moment….but it’s the patterns overtime.”
In this conversation we discuss:
- Negative emotions an unappreciated resource
- Choice points (patterns vs. given moments)
- Psychological flexibility
- Teaching emotions
- Pursuit of happiness
- Comfort addition
- Keys to mental health + success
- Two takeaways – for the listeners
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