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Heights of Well-Being

You’ve made it to the end of the journey on our Road to Well-Being. We hope that you have found the journey to be worthwhile, and of some assistance in your search for greater emotional and physical health. We hope that you continue on this journey in your own lives in whatever way is possible Read more about Heights of Well-Being[…]

Lake of Stress

What’s Stress? Imagine that you are walking home from work through a park when suddenly, from behind a hedge, comes a very large and growling dog. The dog appears ready to attack. What do you think, feel, do, in this situation? What are some of the sensations you have in your body? Take a moment Read more about Lake of Stress[…]

Relaxation Cove

When we refer to relaxation, we usually refer to something that we do because we enjoy it. It generally lifts our mood and helps us to feel better. There are some different forms of relaxation: Activity Based Relaxation This is a form of relaxation that is generally focused on an activity or a task. You Read more about Relaxation Cove[…]

Personal Meaning Profile: What are your sources of meaning?

The following statements describe potential sources of a meaningful life. Please read each statement carefully. Indicate to what extent each item characterizes your own life by clicking one of the seven circles to the right of the statement according to the following scale You can change your selection for any statement simply by clicking on Read more about Personal Meaning Profile: What are your sources of meaning?[…]

Reactions to Daily Events

The following statements deal with reactions you may have to various situations. Indicate how true each of these statements is depending on how you feel about the situation. Do this by clicking the most appropriate circle.The following statements deal with reactions you may have to various situations. Indicate how true each of these statements is Read more about Reactions to Daily Events[…]

The Isle of Pessimism

Pessimistic Attribution Style In reflecting on negative events, many people, especially depressed people, have a pessimistic attribution style. They tend to infer: “It’s me, it’s going to last forever, it’s going to undermine everything I do”. In other words, they have a tendency to blame themselves, to think that the problem is global (happening everywhere Read more about The Isle of Pessimism[…]

Thanks, Credits & Copyright

This web site was developed by psychologists at the Department of Clinical Health Psychology, Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. It is part of a research project that was funded by an Innovation Grant from the Health Quality Council of Saskatchewan. It was also generously supported by the Saskatoon Health Region. The materials on this web Read more about Thanks, Credits & Copyright[…]