3 Good Things – Listen to Dr Segliman 三件好事 – 请听塞利格曼博士怎么说

Listen to THE man on why “3 Good Things” works: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOGAp9dw8Ac&feature=related

“The “3 Good Things” exercise had you write down for a week before you go to sleep, 3 things that went well today and then to reflect on why they went well.  It works because it changes your focus from the things that go wrong in life to things that you might take for granted that go well.  And focusing on things that go well breaks up depression and increases happiness.

I do not need to recommend beyond a week typically for  “3 Good Things” because when you do this,  you find you like it so much that most people just keep doing it.  We ask people to write down the cause is because we want people to reflect on and immerse themselves in the good events.  To the extent you write down the cause , you are thinking in more detail about the quality of the event.”

Dr. Martin Seligman, Director of the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania.  He is the founder of Positive Psychology, a branch of psychology which focuses on the empirical study of such things as positive emotions, strengths-based character, and healthy institutions.


‘三件好事’的练习是这样的:每天晚上,在您睡觉前,写下三件今天发生在您身上的好事情。再从您的观点上试图反映和解释为什么这些好事会发生。如此实践了一个星期。它有效的原理,在于改变你的对生活中事情的焦点 : 集注在不如意的事情上转移到好的却常被我们觉得不以为然的事情上。从而打破了抑郁而增加幸福感。我从不需要建议“三件好事”的练习超过一个星期。通常大多数人的情况是当他们开始这样做时,他们会发现很喜欢这个练习而继续做下去。我们请大家写下“三件好事”的原因是我们希望人们在反思和沉浸当中,给自己更多机会去详细思考有关这些好事情的质量。



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