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a. Watch the two-minute video, “Positive Psychology: Different Types of Happiness,” https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/6223d62c-7deb-4db4-8bd6-2ceb8b245ee3/positive-psychology-different-types-of-happiness/#.Xkjs02hKjIU
b. Think about the three types of happiness positive psychologists identify in the video: “the ‘pleasant life’ which is filled with positive emotion, the ‘good life’ in which engagement in work and play makes time stand still, and the ‘meaningful life’ in which a person uses his or her character strengths in service to a larger effort” (“Positive Psychology,” par. 2).
c. Of these three, identify which type of happiness most speaks to you now.
d. Write a paragraph, briefly defining that type of happiness as you understand it and explain how it relates to your life. For example –
- Why is it important?
- How do you see yourself naturally drawn to it through your actions?
- What efforts do you make to achieve this type of happiness?
e. Write a paragraph explaining how your life would be different if you achieved the type of happiness you want. Make your writing as concrete as possible with specific and vivid images.
a. Watch the video, “The How of Happiness” (38:49) by Sonja Lyubomirsky.
b. In a full paragraph, identify at least TWO ideas from the video that relate to the type of happiness you feel drawn to. How do the ideas Lyubomirsky shares help you to achieve the kind of happiness you want? How do they relate to each other? What more would you like to know? Does she get anything wrong?
a. Review Greater Good‘s https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/key
b. Identify ONE “Key to Well-Being” that could help you to develop or to further develop the type of happiness you’d like.
c. Write one, full paragraph to –
- Explain how this “building block” might help you to achieve the type of happiness you want.
- Describe something you might do routinely to develop this building block.
- Last, explain how might this practice be helpful.
The Keys to Well-Being
- Bridging Differences
- Social Connection