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 WELL-BEING FEATURES

Core features

Additional features

Positive emotions
Engagement, interest
Meaning, purpose

Self-esteem
Optimism
Resilience
Vitality
Self-determination
Additionalrelationships
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Core features
Positive emotions
Engagement, interest
Meaning, purpose

Self-esteem
Optimism
Resilience
Vitality
Self-determination
Positive
relationships
WELL-BEING
ITEMS

Positive emotion

Taking all things together, how happy
would you say you are?

Engagement, interest

I love learning new things.

Meaning, purpose

I generally feel that what I do in my life is
valuable and worthwhile.

Self-esteem

In general, I feel very positive about myself.

Optimism

I’m always optimistic about my future.

Resilience

When things go wrong in my life, it
generally takes me a long time to get back
to normal. (Opposite answers indicate more
resilience.)

Positive relationships

There are people in my life who really care
about me.

FLOURISHING RANKINGS

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Denmark
Switzerland
Finland
Norway
Ireland
Austria
Cyprus
Sweden
United Kingdom
Spain
Belgium
Netherlands
Slovenia
Poland
Estonia
Germany
France
Hungary
Ukraine
Slovakia
Bulgaria
Portugal
Russian Federation

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YOUR PARTNER SHARES POSITIVE EVENT TYPE OF RESPONSE YOUR RESPONSE “I received a promotion and a raise at work!” Active and Constructive “That is great! I am so proud of you. turning away. such as furrowed brow. I know how important that promotion was to you! Please relive the event with me now. displays of positive emotions. what luck. Where were you when your boss told you? What did he say? How did you react? We should go out and celebrate. displays of positive emotions. Active and Destructive “I bet you are going to have to pay taxes on that. Are you going to buy yourself something nice? How did you buy that ticket? Doesn’t it feel great to win something?” Nonverbal: maintaining eye contact. Passive and Destructive “I had a bad day at work today.” Nonverbal: displays of negative emotions. “I just won five hundred dollars in a charity raffle!” . laughing. Active and Destructive “That sounds like a lot of responsibility to take on. Passive and Destructive “What’s for dinner?” Nonverbal: little to no eye contact.” Nonverbal: maintaining eye contact. You deserve it. Passive and Constructive “That is good news. turning away. Passive and Constructive “That is nice. Active and Constructive “Wow. frowning. I never win anything. such as genuine smiling. touching. Are you going to spend even fewer nights at home now?” Nonverbal: displays of negative emotions. leaving the room.” Nonverbal: little to no active emotional expression.” Nonverbal: little eye contact.” Nonverbal: little to no active emotional expression.ACTIVE AND CONSTRUCTIVE RESPONDING This table illustrates two examples of the four styles.

of PGA Tour Victories 60 70 .ACTIVE AND CONSTRUCTIVE RESPONDING FORM OTHER’S EVENT MY RESPONSE (VERBATIM) OTHER’S RESPONSE TO ME PGA TOUR VICTORIES DISTRIBUTION CHART 60 Percentage of Eligible Players 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 No.

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GLOBAL ASSESSMENT SAMPLE SCORE Positive Emotions Negative Emotions and Depression Emotional Fitness Optimism Flexible Thinking Work Engagement Problem-focused Coping Character Strengths Social Fitness Wisdom Courage Humanity Justice Temperance Transcendence Trust Friendship Family Fitness Spiritual Fitness 0% 50% Fitness Score Percentile 100% .

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POSITIVE EMOTIONAL STYLE Positive Emotional Style (by Interviews) 35 Percentage of Colds 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Low (N=112) Middle (N=111) High (N=111) .

NEGATIVE EMOTIONAL STYLE Negative Emotional Style (by Interviews) 35 Percentage of Colds 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Low (N=110) Middle (N=111) High (N=113) .

1 0.5 0.6 0.DAILY ADJUSTED IL-6 BY PES LEVELS Daily Adjusted IL-6 by PES Levels (Infected Ss Only) Low PES Mid PES High PES Adjusted IL-6 (log-10) 0.7 0.4 0.0 1 2 3 Study Day 4 5 .2 0.3 0.

BMI. MI.2 Adjusted HR* 1 P trend<0. and percent maximal heart rate achieved during exercise. HTN.001 P trend<0. smoking. CVD AND CANCER MORTALITY IN 4.2 0 All-Cause CVD Cancer *Adjusted for age. cancer. X. DM.060 ADULTS 60+. exam year. abnormal exercise ECG responses. Sui et al. and Cancer Mortality in 4. family history of CVD or cancer.060 Adults 60+.8 0. stroke..45 0. CVD. or hypercholesterolemia.ADJUSTED HAZARD RATIO FOR ALL-CAUSE. JAGS 2007 . 989 Deaths 1.001 P trend<0.6 0. sex.4 Low Moderate High 0. 989 DEATHS Adjusted Hazard Ratio for All-Cause.

ACLS.2 Adjusted HR* 1 P for trend<0. exam year. X.MULTIVARIATE + % BODY FAT ADJUSTED HR OF ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY BY FITNESS GROUPS.8 0. 398. 2. smoking.. Sui et al.001 106 deaths 0. JAMA 2007. baseline health conditions. 2507–16 .6 98 deaths 95 deaths 0.2 0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Cardiorespiratory Fitness *Adjusted for age. and percent body fat. abnormal exercise ECG.603 ADULTS 60+ Multivariate + % Body Fat Adjusted HR of All-Cause Mortality by Fitness Groups.603 Adults 60+ 1. 2.4 90 deaths 61 deaths 0. ACLS.

ACLS. ACLS 2. X. 2507–16 .603 Adults 60+ 40 30 20 10 0 Normal Obese Fit Deaths Unfit *Rates adjusted for age.. and exam year. 298. 2.000 person-years* Joint Associations of CRF and % Body Fat with All-Cause Mortality.JOINT ASSOCIATIONS OF CRF AND % BODY FAT WITH ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY.603 ADULTS 60+ Death rate/ 1. Sui et al. sex. JAMA 2007.

000 .000 20.000 40.MONEY AND SATISFACTION Denmark 8 Finland Norway Venezuela Mean Life Satisfaction 7 Costa Rica Brazil Mexico Pakistan 6 Saudi Arabia Spain Italy Czech Republic Argentina Greece India USA UK Japan Singapore Taiwan Emirates Kuwait Korea Puerto Rico 5 Hong Kong Russia China 4 Georgia Chad Benin Togo 3 0 Bulgaria 10.000 GDP per capita in 2003 30.

6 Fresno.8 African Masai 5. homeless 2.8 Inughuit (Inuit people in northern Greenland) 5.9 Calcutta slum dwellers 4.6 International college student sample (forty-seven nations in 2000) 4.LIFE SATISFACTION FOR VARIOUS GROUPS Forbes magazine’s richest Americans 5.9 .9 Illinois Amish 4.8 Pennsylvania Amish 5.9 Calcutta pavement dwellers (homeless) 2.7 Swedish probability sample 5. California.