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Table of contents.

  1. Caveat.
  2. Personality.
  3. How to do.
  4. What to do.
  5. Feeling.
  6. Placebo and nocebo.
  7. Pleasure.
  8. Displeasure.
  9. Pain.
  10. Anger.
  11. Fear and creep and related nausea.
  12. Panic.
  13. Frustration and sadness.
  14. Regret.
  15. Shame.
  16. Distraction.
  17. Unprofitable inhibition.
  18. Depression.
  19. Documents.

Caveat.

Everything on this page is my personal opinion.

The selected documents reflect my personal opinion to some extent.

I do not claim that a certain thought or feeling can create or cure a certain disease.

Personality.

I define personality as:
A personality is determined by all cells of the body.
The cells of the body create your intelligence and personality.
The cells of the body react to bio-chemical signals.
The cells of the body are a bio-logical computer.

There is no free will.
Free will.

There is only automation by forces of what is.
Existence.

Have pleasure from what to do.
Have lust from and for what to do.
To be pleased in general does not mean lust for certain deeds.
Align lusts for health and wealth and pleasure.
How to do.
What to do.

Neuroscientists zap patient’s brain to induce laughter ... during surgery (2019-02-05).
Barb Finlay on the triune brain (2017-01-02).

Triune brain myth (2018-02-09).

Criticisms of the limbic system concept (2018-02-06).

Leg exercise is critical to brain and nervous system health (2018-05-23).

Your Textbooks Are Wrong, This Is What Cells Actually Look Like (2019-11-24).
wikipedia: Lattice light-sheet microscopy
How we can use light to see deep inside our bodies and brains | Mary Lou Jepsen (2018-08-24), time 366.

Biology of Belief - by Bruce Lipton (full documentary) 2012-04-16.
The video teaches basic knowledge in biology and the role of genes.
You aren't at the mercy of your emotions -- your brain creates them | Lisa Feldman Barrett (2018-01-23).
Time 170.

Cultivating Wisdom: The Power Of Mood | Lisa Feldman Barrett | TEDxCambridge (2018-05-18).
Time 629.
Time 780.

The Surprising Power of Small Habits | James Clear | SNAPS Leadership Conference (2015-10-28).
1% Better Every Day - James Clear at ConvertKit Craft + Commerce 2017 (2017-08-29).
How To Build Awesome Habits: James Clear | Rich Roll Podcast (2018-10-28).
JAMES CLEAR - ATOMIC HABITS: HOW TINY CHANGES CREATE REMARKABLE RESULTS - Part 1/2 | London Real (2019-05-15), time 189.

How to do.

Do with lust.
To do requires lust to do.
Lust.

Have pleasure from what to do.
Have lust from and for what to do.
To be pleased in general does not mean lust for certain deeds.
Align lusts for health and wealth and pleasure.

A chain of lust and trust is important for lust for deeds.
If you have lust to reach goal G and if to reach G means to reach the goals G1 and G2 then it is important to have lust to reach G1 and G2.
In order to have lust to do a certain work W, it is important to trust that the certain work W allows to reach the goal in a profitable way.
Profitable means that the benefits are greater than the costs.

It is important to be sensible.
Sensible in the sense that you are aware of your personality created by the cells of your body.
The cells of your body are many and so are their judgements.
Be aware of your pleasure and displeasure.
Be aware of your intelligence and lusts and worries.
Be sensible.
Do not be rude and stern and stupid.
Do not ignore the simple and obvious.

Displeasure is toxic in a logical and chemical and thus bio-logical way.
Displeasure.
Biology of Belief - by Bruce Lipton (full documentary) (2005) (2012-04-16).
Stephen Ilardi: Therapeutic Lifestyle Change for Depression (2013-01-08), time 505.

What to do.

Directive of the Lustysociety.
What to do to increase pleasure and lust?
What to do to decrease displeasure?

What reality would be pleasant in your dreams when asleep?
What reality would give you pleasant dreams when asleep?

What is pleasant?
What should be done for a pleasant future?
What should be done for pleasant memories?
What should be done for pleasant dreams?

E.g. a computer game that requires much time and makes you angry and leads to only few good memories is not worth to be played.

What to do is limited by what you can do.
Existence.

You are limited by your body including knowledge and understanding and lust.
Intelligence.
Lust.

You are limited by your environment.
Lustysociety.

Only do what is easy.

Only do what is easy.
Only do what is pleasant.
No efforts.
An effort indicates a struggle of lusts.
Forget the classic religious psychological worldview where a conscious will is doomed to struggle against an unconscious will.
Do not let the cells of the body struggle against themselves.
This struggle leads to all kinds of illness.

Only do what is easy.
Keep things easy.
Keep things pleasant.
No needless debilitating worry.
No needless failure.
No needless displeasure.

Only do what is easy.
Advance easy tiny step by easy tiny step.
Do not require few steps to reach a goal.
Do not require difficult steps to reach a goal.
A change is either easy or impossible.
A deed is either easy or impossible.
By definition, a big goal requires many changes.

Only do what is easy.
Make a simple plan of what to do based on what you know is true. Easily.
Declare the obvious. Easily.
Plan the obvious. Easily.
Change the plan when you know better. Easily.
Change the plan when you can do better. Easily.
Trust the plan. Easily.
Follow the plan. Easily.

One change allows other changes. Automatically.

One deed allows other deeds. Automatically.

The Magic of Being "In the Zone" (2019-02-18).

The Surprising Power of Small Habits | James Clear | SNAPS Leadership Conference (2015-10-28).
1% Better Every Day - James Clear at ConvertKit Craft + Commerce 2017 (2017-08-29).
How To Build Awesome Habits: James Clear | Rich Roll Podcast (2018-10-28).
JAMES CLEAR - ATOMIC HABITS: HOW TINY CHANGES CREATE REMARKABLE RESULTS - Part 1/2 | London Real (2019-05-15), time 189.

How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals | Stephen Duneier | TEDxTucson (2017-03-06).
The speaker is exceptionally talented. The title of the video is misleading.
The true useful advice is to change things by easy tiny changes.
The universe allows change by easy tiny changes because the universe is built of tiny things.

The Super Mario Effect - Tricking Your Brain into Learning More | Mark Rober | TEDxPenn (2018-05-31).
The brain-changing benefits of exercise | Wendy Suzuki (2018-03-21).

Feeling.

Some cells in the body create pleasure and displeasure and lust.

Physical awareness.

Mental awareness.

Researchers discover the brain cells that make pain unpleasant (2019-01-17).

Neuroscientists zap patient’s brain to induce laughter ... during surgery (2019-02-05).
Why Calmness Can Be Contagious (2019-07-11).
You aren't at the mercy of your emotions -- your brain creates them | Lisa Feldman Barrett (2018-01-23).
Time 170.

Cultivating Wisdom: The Power Of Mood | Lisa Feldman Barrett | TEDxCambridge (2018-05-18).
Time 629.
Time 780.

How Emotions are Made.
Triune brain myth (2018-02-09).

The Three Big Myths About Emotions, Gender and Brains | Lisa Feldman Barrett (2018-01-09).
Every Child is a Genetic Experiment - David Pearce (2019-04-11).
r/transhumanism: Every Child is a Genetic Experiment - David Pearce (2019-09-25).

Placebo and nocebo.

Some cells in the body create pleasure and displeasure and lust.

Physical awareness.

Mental awareness.

Researchers discover the brain cells that make pain unpleasant (2019-01-17).

Placebo Effect VS No-Cebo Effect (Bruce Lipton) (2017-12-21).

You aren't at the mercy of your emotions -- your brain creates them | Lisa Feldman Barrett (2018-01-23).

The Three Big Myths About Emotions, Gender and Brains | Lisa Feldman Barrett (2018-01-09).

Cultivating Wisdom: The Power Of Mood | Lisa Feldman Barrett | TEDxCambridge (2018-05-18).

Stoicism, Buddhism & Psychotherapy - Jules Evans (2019-06-16), time 838.

Change your mindset, change the game | Dr. Alia Crum | TEDxTraverseCity (2014-10-15).

Kelly McGonigal: How to Turn Stress Into an Advantage (2015-09-03), time 77.
Placebo.
Perkin Tractor.

Top 10 Interesting Facts About the Placebo Effect — TopTenzNet (2015-04-23).

How The Placebo Effect Tricks Your Brain (2015-11-16).

How expectations shape pain. (2012-03).

The Relationship between Beliefs about Pain and Functioning with Rheumatologic Conditions (2012-04).

A new theory for phantom limb pain points the way to more effective treatment (2018-09-06).

Virtual reality eases the pain of delivering a baby (2018-07-18).

Virtual reality found to reduce exercise pain, increase stamina (2018-10-01).

Pleasure.

Pleasure.
dictionary.com: pleasure
wiktionary.org: pleasure
etymonline.com: pleasure

Some cells of the body create pleasure.
The utility of pleasure in bio-logical evolution is to increase lust of other cells to increase what is pleasant.
Lust.

The opposite of pleasure is no pleasure.

Transhumans will govern pleasure and displeasure and lust with technology.
Transhuman.

Non-transhumans must govern pleasure and displeasure and lust in other ways.

How to increase pleasure and lust:

Displeasure.

Displeasure.
dictionary.com: displeasure
wiktionary.org: displeasure
etymonline.com: displeasure

Some cells of the body create displeasure.
The utility of displeasure in bio-logical evolution is to increase lust of other cells to decrease what is displeasant.
Lust.

The opposite of displeasure is no displeasure.

Examples of displeasure:
Displeasure is toxic in a logical and chemical and thus bio-logical way.
Displeasure makes you insane.
Displeasure makes you stupid or psychotic.
The only thing to do when in displeasure is to decrease the displeasure.
Decrease of displeasure has priority.

Transhumans will govern pleasure and displeasure and lust with technology.
Transhuman.

Non-transhumans must govern pleasure and displeasure and lust in other ways.

How to decrease displeasure:

Pain.

Pain is displeasant for most persons.

Pain indicates a biological problem that should be solved.

Ask experts for help.

Anger.

Anger is displeasant for most persons.

Fear and creep and related nausea.

Fear and creep and related nausea are displeasant for most persons.

Panic.

Panic happens when reality can not be accepted.
Panic happens when there is no possible or acceptable outcome or escape.

A nightmare (typically involving fight or flight) is a symptom of fear or panic.

Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder.

Anxiety Symptoms (including Anxiety Attacks, Disorder, and Panic Signs and Symptoms).

241 Different Symptoms of Anxiety (Grouped) - Do You Have Them?.

Frustration and sadness.

Frustration and sadness is displeasant for most persons.

Avoid displeasing empathy with yourself or other beings.

Pleasure does not require displeasing empathy.

To help does not require displeasing empathy.
I prefer that an expert, e.g. a medical expert, does not suffer from displeasure at work.

Regret.

Regret is displeasant for most persons.

The reason of regret is in the past that can not be changed.

Avoid displeasing empathy with yourself or other beings.

Shame.

Shame is displeasant for most persons.

There is no reason for shame.

There is no free will.
Personality.

Mistakes happen despite good will and intentions.

Search for friends and business partners who please you.

Search for friends and business partners who are pleased by you.

Do what should be done.

How an Unexpected Kindness Can Change a Life with Dr James Doty (2018-08-02).

Free Yourself From The Fear Of Judgement & Start Living Life | Marisa Peer (2017-11-20).

Self Esteem Mini-Course by Marisa Peer (2018-04-25).

Distraction.

If displeasure is the distraction, then remove the displeasure ASAP.
Know the problem ASAP.
Solve the problem ASAP.
Relax.
No fear. No shame. No laziness. No inhibition.
Do what you should do. Easy.
Have a pleasant life.

If pleasure is the distraction, then have it now or later.
In many cases, the opportunity to have the pleasure does not go away.
In some cases, the opportunity to have the pleasure goes away.
Relax.
No fear. No shame. No laziness. No inhibition.
Do what you should do. Easy.
Have a pleasant life.

How to avoid distraction:
A person without sufficient lust and health and wealth including knowledge and opportunities can become easily distracted or inhibited or depressed.

Depression and anxiety: Have we gotten it wrong? | UpFront (2018-04-02). Johann Hari.

Depression is a disease of civilization: Stephen Ilardi at TEDxEmory (2013-05-23).
Stephen Ilardi: Therapeutic Lifestyle Change for Depression (2013-01-08), time 505.

The Strategy Of The Best Psychologists In The World | "It Works For Boredom and Laziness" (2019-11-26).
NIR EYAL - MASTER YOUR MINDSET: What Is The Ten Minute Rule? | London Real (2019-11-10).
NIR EYAL - INDISTRACTABLE: How To Control Your Attention And Choose Your Life -Part1/2 | London Real (2019-11-10).

The Surprising Power of Small Habits | James Clear | SNAPS Leadership Conference (2015-10-28).
1% Better Every Day - James Clear at ConvertKit Craft + Commerce 2017 (2017-08-29).
How To Build Awesome Habits: James Clear | Rich Roll Podcast (2018-10-28).
JAMES CLEAR - ATOMIC HABITS: HOW TINY CHANGES CREATE REMARKABLE RESULTS - Part 1/2 | London Real (2019-05-15), time 189.

How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals | Stephen Duneier | TEDxTucson (2017-03-06).
The speaker is exceptionally talented. The title of the video is misleading.
The true useful advice is to change things by easy tiny changes.
The universe allows change by easy tiny changes because the universe is built of tiny things.

The Super Mario Effect - Tricking Your Brain into Learning More | Mark Rober | TEDxPenn (2018-05-31).

Unprofitable inhibition.

Unprofitable inhibition is caused by displeasure.
Profitable means that the benefits are greater than the costs.

The utility of displeasure in bio-logical evolution is to increase lust of cells to decrease what is displeasant.
Lust.

Displeasant work is displeasant.
Profitable work can be displeasant and thus lead to unprofitable inhibition.
Profitable work can be related to displeasure (displeasant thoughts and feelings) and thus become displeasant.

Displeasure and unprofitable inhibition is promoted by an evil insane society.
Evil.
Displeasure and unprofitable inhibition is promoted by bad schools.
School.

How to avoid unprofitable inhibition:
A person without sufficient lust and health and wealth including knowledge and opportunities can become easily distracted or inhibited or depressed.

Depression and anxiety: Have we gotten it wrong? | UpFront (2018-04-02). Johann Hari.

Depression is a disease of civilization: Stephen Ilardi at TEDxEmory (2013-05-23).
Stephen Ilardi: Therapeutic Lifestyle Change for Depression (2013-01-08), time 505.

The Strategy Of The Best Psychologists In The World | "It Works For Boredom and Laziness" (2019-11-26).
NIR EYAL - MASTER YOUR MINDSET: What Is The Ten Minute Rule? | London Real (2019-11-10).
NIR EYAL - INDISTRACTABLE: How To Control Your Attention And Choose Your Life -Part1/2 | London Real (2019-11-10).

The Surprising Power of Small Habits | James Clear | SNAPS Leadership Conference (2015-10-28).
1% Better Every Day - James Clear at ConvertKit Craft + Commerce 2017 (2017-08-29).
How To Build Awesome Habits: James Clear | Rich Roll Podcast (2018-10-28).
JAMES CLEAR - ATOMIC HABITS: HOW TINY CHANGES CREATE REMARKABLE RESULTS - Part 1/2 | London Real (2019-05-15), time 189.

How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals | Stephen Duneier | TEDxTucson (2017-03-06).
The speaker is exceptionally talented. The title of the video is misleading.
The true useful advice is to change things by easy tiny changes.
The universe allows change by easy tiny changes because the universe is built of tiny things.

The Super Mario Effect - Tricking Your Brain into Learning More | Mark Rober | TEDxPenn (2018-05-31).
I do not agree with Mel Robbins who is confused and might promote an increase of displeasure:
5 Second Rule | Mel Robbins Motivational Speech (2017-11-19).
The video shows lusty persons.
The video does not show people who suffer from distraction or inhibition or depression at the moment.
Avoid efforts. An effort means a struggle of lusts.
Forget the classic religious psychological worldview where a conscious will is doomed to struggle against an unconscious will.
Do not let the cells of the body struggle against themselves.
This struggle leads to all kinds of illness.
Have pleasure from what to do.
Have lust from and for what to do.
To be pleased in general does not mean lust for certain deeds.
Align lusts for health and wealth and pleasure.
How to do.
What to do.

I do not agree with Tim Urban who is confused and promotes an increase of displeasure:
Inside the mind of a master procrastinator | Tim Urban (2016-04-06).

I do not agree with Joe Rogan who is confused and promotes an increase of displeasure:
STOP SEEKING COMFORT - Joe Rogan (2019-10-13).
Actually:
The Strategy Of The Best Psychologists In The World | "It Works For Boredom and Laziness" (2019-11-26).
A life full of failure and fear and panic is not pleasant and not comfortable.
Joe Rogan works to avoid displeasure and discomfort.
Joe Rogan seeks pleasure and comfort.

I do not agree with Dan Pena who refuses science and is confused and promotes an increase of displeasure and drama:
IS GLOBAL WARMING THE BIGGEST FRAUD IN HISTORY? - Dan Pena (2017-12-28).
Besides: The End of Ice (2019-03-09), time 760.
Dan Peña - The 50 Billion Dollar Man
DON'T WASTE TIME WITH LOSERS | Dan Pena on London Real (2017-06-23), time 89.
Dan Pena - Your First 100 Million | London Real (2014-04-20).
Dan Pena - The 50 Billion Dollar Man | London Real (2014-11-16), time 608.
DAN PEÑA-GENERATION SNOWFLAKE-How To Man Up And Make Billions In The Trump Era Gold Rush - Part 1/2 (2018-07-22), time 369.
How to become successful in life & business | A Million dollar motivation | QLA Millionaire mindset (2019-07-20).
Getting Rich Is EASY! DAN PENA Motivation (2019-08-16).
Strategy That Made BILLIONAIRES! | DAN PENA Motivation (2019-10-18).

I do not agree with Jordan P. Peterson who refuses science and is confused and promotes an increase of displeasure and drama.
Jordan B. Peterson Fails At Science - Twitter Dunks On Him (2018-08-04), time 114.
Jordan Peterson's Highly Controversial Thoughts On Climate Change (Pt. 1) (2019-09-16).
Jordan Peterson is in rehab for Klonopin addiction (2019-09-20).
What in the fuck is wrong with people ? (2019-09-21).

I agree with this advice: Try to make the day you want. Try to make a pleasant day.
MAKE A DAMN SCHEDULE - Powerful Motivational Video | Jordan Peterson (2019-06-25).
Incredible Motivational Speech By Jordan Peterson (2017-11-11).

Depression.

I guess depression is caused by displeasure.

How to avoid depression:
A person without sufficient lust and health and wealth including knowledge and opportunities can become easily distracted or inhibited or depressed.

Examples of depression:
Depression and anxiety: Have we gotten it wrong? | UpFront (2018-04-02). Johann Hari.

Depression is a disease of civilization: Stephen Ilardi at TEDxEmory (2013-05-23).
Stephen Ilardi: Therapeutic Lifestyle Change for Depression (2013-01-08), time 505.

The Strategy Of The Best Psychologists In The World | "It Works For Boredom and Laziness" (2019-11-26).
NIR EYAL - MASTER YOUR MINDSET: What Is The Ten Minute Rule? | London Real (2019-11-10).
NIR EYAL - INDISTRACTABLE: How To Control Your Attention And Choose Your Life -Part1/2 | London Real (2019-11-10).

The Surprising Power of Small Habits | James Clear | SNAPS Leadership Conference (2015-10-28).
1% Better Every Day - James Clear at ConvertKit Craft + Commerce 2017 (2017-08-29).
How To Build Awesome Habits: James Clear | Rich Roll Podcast (2018-10-28).
JAMES CLEAR - ATOMIC HABITS: HOW TINY CHANGES CREATE REMARKABLE RESULTS - Part 1/2 | London Real (2019-05-15), time 189.

How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals | Stephen Duneier | TEDxTucson (2017-03-06).
The speaker is exceptionally talented. The title of the video is misleading.
The true useful advice is to change things by easy tiny changes.
The universe allows change by easy tiny changes because the universe is built of tiny things.

The Super Mario Effect - Tricking Your Brain into Learning More | Mark Rober | TEDxPenn (2018-05-31).
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Your Brain on Poverty: Why Poor People Seem to Make Bad Decisions (2013-11-22). How poverty changes your mind-set (2018-02-19).
The Mental Cost Of Poverty: How Being Poor Leads To Poor Decisions (2018-03-08).

Suicide as death of your body is most likely not the best way to improve things.
An attempt of suicide will leave you alive with worse constraints with over 90% probability.
Suicide: How my failed attempts became my biggest success | Shraddha Shankar | TEDxUIUC (2016-05-25), time 426.
Disturbing sad example: Historic face transplant gives suicide survivor a 'second chance' (2018-08-15).
Besides: Science and technology must be promoted to increase pleasure and to decrease displeasure.

Depression and anxiety: Have we gotten it wrong? | UpFront (2018-04-02). Johann Hari.

The Real Causes of Depression | Johann Hari (2018-02-04), time 541.

The Loneliness Epidemic (2019-04-23).

Russell Brand On Loneliness (2018-12-10).

Hacking your brain for happiness | James Doty | TEDxSacramento (2016-04-05).

Many See Empathy as Requiring Too Much Mental Effort (2019-05-03).
Empathy Can Be Hazardous to Your Health (2018-08-08).

Documents.

Pages.

Unlocking the Reptilian Brain: Understanding the Amygdala (2018-05-01).

How the Brain and Personality Provide Protection Against Emotional Displeasure (2018-08-30).

Barb Finlay on the triune brain (2017-01-02).

Triune brain myth (2018-02-09).

Criticisms of the limbic system concept (2018-02-06).

Leg exercise is critical to brain and nervous system health (2018-05-23).

Randomised experiment: If you’re really unsure whether to quit your job or break up, you really probably should (2018-08-25).

Videos.

Short playlist on youtube.

Long playlist on youtube.

Biology of Belief - by Bruce Lipton (full documentary) (2005) (2012-04-16).

Causes of Psychosis (2014-07-10).

TEDxNewy 2011 - Liz Mullinar - Treating the core problem of childhood trauma. (2011-12-10).

Top 10 Interesting Facts About the Placebo Effect — TopTenzNet (2015-04-23).

How The Placebo Effect Tricks Your Brain (2015-11-16).

Placebo Effect VS No-Cebo Effect (Bruce Lipton) (2017-12-21).

Inspirational Cancer Survivor. (2018-11-16).

Dr. Bruce Lipton Explains HOW WE ARE PROGRAMMED AT BIRTH (2018-09-20).

BRUCE LIPTON - BIOLOGY OF BELIEF - Part 1/2 | London Real (2017-09-10), time 324.

Bruce Lipton - Biology of Belief | London Real. Full interview.

Change your mindset, change the game | Dr. Alia Crum | TEDxTraverseCity (2014-10-15).

Harnessing the power of placebos (2017-09-19).

Epigenetics and the influence of our genes | Courtney Griffins | TEDxOU (2012-02-23).

Return from Chaos: Treating PTSD | Peter Tuerk | TEDxCharleston (2015-05-26).

The surprisingly dramatic role of nutrition in mental health | Julia Rucklidge | TEDxChristchurch (2014-11-10).

Why I Quit Being a Therapist -- Six Reasons by Daniel Mackler (2018-01-04).

Depression and anxiety: Have we gotten it wrong? | UpFront (2018-04-02). Johann Hari.

The Real Causes of Depression | Johann Hari (2018-02-04), time 541.

Russell Brand On Loneliness (2018-12-10).

Why I, as a black man, attend KKK rallies. | Daryl Davis | TEDxNaperville (2017-12-08).

Trauma is irreversible. How it shapes us is our choice. | Sasha Joseph Neulinger | TEDxBozeman (2015-05-20).

What trauma taught me about happiness | Lindsey Roy | TEDxKC (2017-09-08).

Suicide: How my failed attempts became my biggest success | Shraddha Shankar | TEDxUIUC (2016-05-25), time 426.

You aren't at the mercy of your emotions -- your brain creates them | Lisa Feldman Barrett (2018-01-23).

The Three Big Myths About Emotions, Gender and Brains | Lisa Feldman Barrett (2018-01-09).

Cultivating Wisdom: The Power Of Mood | Lisa Feldman Barrett | TEDxCambridge (2018-05-18).

Getting stuck in the negatives and how to get unstuck (2013-06-23).

How to motivate yourself to change your behavior | Tali Sharot | TEDxCambridge (2014-10-28).

How philosophy can save your life | Jules Evans | TEDxBreda (2013-11-09).

Using Forgiveness to Transform Your Life (2018-09-16).

How an Unexpected Kindness Can Change a Life with Dr James Doty (2018-08-02).

Free Yourself From The Fear Of Judgement & Start Living Life | Marisa Peer (2017-11-20).

Self Esteem Mini-Course by Marisa Peer (2018-04-25).

Hacking your brain for happiness | James Doty | TEDxSacramento (2016-04-05).

The ecstasy of surrender: Judith Orloff, MD at TEDxAmericanRiviera 2012 (2012-12-26).

The Power of Acceptance | Dylan Woon | TEDxKangar (2018-03-30).

The Surprising Power of Small Habits | James Clear | SNAPS Leadership Conference (2015-10-28).
1% Better Every Day - James Clear at ConvertKit Craft + Commerce 2017 (2017-08-29).
How To Build Awesome Habits: James Clear | Rich Roll Podcast (2018-10-28).
JAMES CLEAR - ATOMIC HABITS: HOW TINY CHANGES CREATE REMARKABLE RESULTS - Part 1/2 | London Real (2019-05-15), time 189.

How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals | Stephen Duneier | TEDxTucson (2017-03-06).
The speaker is exceptionally talented. The title of the video is misleading.
The true useful advice is to advance by easy changes.

The Super Mario Effect - Tricking Your Brain into Learning More | Mark Rober | TEDxPenn (2018-05-31).

3 lessons on decision-making from a poker champion | Liv Boeree (2018-10-22).

How to make hard choices | Ruth Chang (2014-06-18).

Overcome Anxiety in 7 Minutes | Mel Schwartz | TEDxBeaconStreet (2018-01-12).

The secret to desire in a long-term relationship | Esther Perel (2013-02-14), time 127.

Kelly McGonigal: How to Turn Stress Into an Advantage (2015-09-03), time 77.

The Science of Willpower: Kelly McGonigal at TEDxBayArea (2012-05-18).

Brain Science - A Miracle Cure for Willpower (2013-02-01). Kelly McGonigal.

The brain-changing benefits of exercise | Wendy Suzuki (2018-03-21).

How to manage your mental health | Leon Taylor | TEDxClapham (2018-07-19).

Libido, Hormones & Your Health | Mary Caire | TEDxTurtleCreekWomen (2015-06-12).

Testosterone: The Hidden Key | Andre Harris | TEDxDayton (2018-12-05).

Are Testosterone and Success Related? (2016-08-07).

David Burns.

I have found a reference to David Burns in this discussion:
HN: What I have learned from my suicidal patients (theguardian.com) (2019-11-24)

Then I have spent only very little time with David Burns.
What I have heard has not convinced me that David Burns knows what he is talking about.

Feeling good | David Burns | TEDxReno (2014-09-05).
IMO:
022: Scared Stiff — What Is Anxiety? (Part 1) (2014-09-05), time 359.
He might be right that unhealthy anxiety is different from healthy fear in that anxiety is not reasonable.
But how to decide what is reasonable and what not?
What do you need?
What do you fear?
What displeasure promoting standards and judgements have been indoctrinated by your social environment and by yourself?

Depression is a disease of civilization: Stephen Ilardi at TEDxEmory (2013-05-23).