I remember one time, I was discussing the core concept of psychotherapy with my supervisor. He mentioned that one of the important aspects of psychotherapy is to help people move from a negative state (such as depression, anxiety) to a positive one. state (eg, happy, calm). Whether it is the "aha moment" that occurs in psychotherapy , or the changes accumulated through long-term treatment, it is actually helping the client to reawaken the positive experience he had in the past, and then allow him to reintegrate or develop. different personal status.
Therefore, although there are many company banner design skills acquisition processes in psychotherapy (such as mindful breathing), in the end, it is still necessary to go back and change a person's state so that he can feel better and be more satisfied with himself and his life. So, "happiness addiction" or "positive addiction", I would expand it to read: "Habits for a happy/positive state," where the positive state is our goal and the habit is our action. The way we cultivate a positive addiction is actually our way of helping ourselves to pursue a positive state.
When looking at the book "Happy Addiction" from this perspective, it is not difficult to understand why the author starts talking about "negative" and "addiction". We must first understand and be aware of how we continue to fall into the negative. In the state of life, find the elements and possible obstacles that affect us, and even see the original negative situation, it may also meet some of our needs or bring some benefits (although it may be out of date, or even bring more disadvantages.