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2 Day How to Be Happy: A Life Skills Class on Achieving Happiness in Life
Hacking Your Brain: Codes for Happiness and Success
Instant gratification, stress, endless options, social media... Using a bit of neuroscience and psychology, students will learn how modern life's many quirks can be balanced with a happy mind focused on long-term success.
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As history progressed humans changed from a species of nomadic hunters to city dwelling laborers. Life became safer, more enclosed, and less dependent on communal living. Of course there's no question modern life has its many perks, yet it's important to note, sometimes the divide between "what we were" and "what we now are" is, unknowingly to us, maximizing our misery. Human behaviors and emotions are beautifully complex but we all have habits that hinder and impact them. Frankly, it...
Students will learn how to manage themselves in a way that promotes consistent positivity and long-term success.
I received bachelors degrees in Psychology with a concentration in Neuroscience from UNC Chapel Hill and have been a High School Counselor for the past couple of years, working with students from multiple backgrounds on their academic and professional goals.
1 hour per week in class, and no time outside of class.
This class is inspired by a book that influenced my passion for Psychology, "How to Be Miserable" by Dr. Randy J. Patterson. Some of the topics are based on chapters of the book but it isn't a direct source.
Omar LaaroussiTeacher-Counselor-Researcher/ History, Policy and Psychology
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Welcome, Parents and Guardians! Allow me to introduce myself. I've been involved in Education for over six years in policy, counseling, and teaching positions. I grew up in an immigrant household surrounded by literature and history. That was...