Psychological flexibility as a fundamental aspect of health.

  title={Psychological flexibility as a fundamental aspect of health.},
  author={Todd B Kashdan and Jonathan A Rottenberg},
  journal={Clinical psychology review},
  volume={30 7},
Traditionally, positive emotions and thoughts, strengths, and the satisfaction of basic psychological needs for belonging, competence, and autonomy have been seen as the cornerstones of psychological health. Without disputing their importance, these foci fail to capture many of the fluctuating, conflicting forces that are readily apparent when people navigate the environment and social world. In this paper, we review literature to offer evidence for the prominence of psychological flexibility… CONTINUE READING
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