Making time for people and activities you enjoy and that give you a sense of purpose, pride, joy, connection, and satisfaction can improve well-being and reduce emotional and cognitive responses to stressors. Yet, we often do not make time for these types of activities in our busy lives. Behavioral activation is a strategy for doing so.
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|Who and What is On First in Your Life||2.9 MB|
|Getting Active||2.9 MB|
|Activity Monitoring||2.9 MB|
|Setting SMART Goals||2.9 MB|
|Downward Spiral Upward Spiral||2.9 MB|