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Wellness Resources

Emotional Wellness

People with high emotional well-being have the capacity to experience, express, and manage their emotions. They are generally happy and comfortable with themselves, but are also able to experience sadness, anger, and other difficult emotions when appropriate without feeling overwhelmed or hopeless about ever feeling happy again. They are aware of themselves and how they tend to respond to things emotionally, and they know what they need to do to feel happy and satisfied over the long term.

Emotions

Mental Health Issues

Miscellaneous

TU Campus Resources

Other Resources

Books

  • Authentic Happiness, by Martin Seligman
  • Feeling Good, by David Burns
  • Learned Optimism, by Martin Seligman
  • Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff (And It’s All Small Stuff), by Richard Carlson
  • The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem, by Nathaniel Branden
  • The Dance of Anger, by Harriet Learner
  • The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook, by Edmund Bourne

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Emotional Wellness Tip:

Begin an exercise program.



 

 


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