How to Reset Your Emotional Thermostat for a Happier Life

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What is your habitual emotion?

Do you most often feel gloomy and flat, or chirpy and enthusiastic?

Neurobiological scientists say that how we feel habitually is regulated by our emotional thermostat.

This thermostat is the emotional set point around which our daily mood swings.

Some people have a low set point and mostly experience darker moods. Others have a higher set point which allows them to experience sunnier moods.

Our emotional thermostat regulates every area of our life and is set by our brain functions and the beliefs we were programmed with from childhood.

What is YOUR emotional set point?

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Mary Jaksch

Mary is passionate about helping people create a happy, purposeful, and fulfilling life. She is the founder of GoodlifeZEN and also the brains behind WritetoDone.com, one of the biggest blogs for writers on the Net. Mary is also a Zen Master, a mother, and a 5th Degree Black Belt.

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