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Two for You video series

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University of Minnesota Extension Center for Community Vitality educators Lori Rothstein and Denise Stromme share positive psychology research to help you live and lead with intention.

Two for You is a series of two-minute videos. Watch the full series on YouTube.

 

Available videos

  • What type of emotions do you experience in a day? Learn how the ratio of your positive and negative emotions can help your well-being.
  • Can having positive emotions help you live longer? Learn about the Nun Study and research on positive emotions in this short video.
  • What are your strengths? Watch our video and learn about using your strengths and find some tips to increase your energy.
  • How can you handle feeling socially isolated? Watch our video and learn about oxytocin and ways to lessen that feeling and connect with others.
  • Are you easily distracted or struggle to make decisions when many things are on your mind? Watch a short video and learn three strategies to help you focus.
  • How can you increase your compassion for others? Watch and learn three tips to build empathy and connection, even with someone you don't know.
  • During times of stress, what can help you bounce back quickly? Watch our video and learn some tips and tools around stress and resilience.
  • Feeling overwhelmed? Watch and learn about a series of videos on stress.
  • Is there a connection between being an introvert or extrovert and your happiness? Watch and learn more about research on extrovert behavior and positive well-being.
  • What makes something interesting? Discover two elements that make us interested or not.

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