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Countering Shame with Playfulness
August 3, 2014 – 2:33 pm | 2 Comments
Diana and her mother

I shared this particular story in Dr. Rashad’s workshop of Positive Psychotherapy, and he pointed out that I was able to employ the character strength of playfulness to address an ongoing and challenging problem with my mother.

Physical Fitness for Elders, Part 3: Laughter and Restorative Medicine
July 12, 2013 – 3:23 pm | One Comment

Adopting an optimistic, playful attitude to problems over which you have no control improves your coping and your longevity.. Elders benefit from having a good sense of humor, including the ability to laugh at themselves. Restorative therapy gives control back to people. We can help them be the people they want to be through good food, exercise structured for their needs and goals, and positive energy.

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