What Do Healthy People Do?

Healthy people

  1. Rationally direct their own behavior.
  2. Are in charge of their own destiny.
  3. Are self-aware — they know themselves and accept their strengths and weaknesses.
  4. Are anchored in the present.
  5. Increase their tension through seeking new challenges, goals and experiences.
  6. Gratify their basic needs through acceptable behavior.
  7. Devote energies and thoughts to socially meaningful interests and problem beyond security, lovability and status.
  8. Think and act spontaneously rather than on fear based on past experiences.
  9. Have the ability to enjoy the moment.
  10. Have little interest in judging other people.
  11. Have little interest in interpreting the actions of others.
  12. Have little interest in conflict.
  13. Solve problems instead of worrying about them.
  14. Have frequent episodes of appreciation.
  15. Have a feeling of connectedness with others and nature.
  16. Smile often.
  17. Know when to let things happen and when to make things happen.
  18. Are susceptible to the love extended by others as well as have the urge to extend it.
  19. Know and act accordingly to the Ten Infallible Rules for Living.