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The Happiness Factor

Martin Seligman is the well-known, well-respected driving force behind Authentic Happiness and the benefits of applied positive psychology. I have featured him here before in past years on this blog . 57 more words

Personal And Social Capability

Happiness: 3 Good Things Experiment

It’s been a while since I posted an article. And I will do the opening this time with something as important as good food! Happiness! 474 more words


An Anti-Prescription to Learned Helplessness

“The defining characteristic of pessimists is that they tend to believe that bad events will last a long time, will undermine everything they do, and are their own fault.

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Mind Matters

Weathering the Storm

Failure destroys some people. Others rise from the ashes, only to come back stronger. A guide to surviving tough times.

By Bruce Grierson,       published on May 1, 2009       last reviewed on December 18, 2014… 4,284 more words


Tony reblogged this on One Regular Guy Writing about Food, Exercise and Living Longer and commented:

The key to resilience is thinking more flexibly and learning to increase your array of options. The psychologist Martin Seligman advocates disputation, in which you think of your mind as a courtroom where negative thoughts are instantly put on trial. th-2 You can rebut these thoughts, and you should. Now you’re acting as your own defense counsel, throwing at the court every bit of evidence you can think of to prove the belief is flawed. The bad thought is no longer a lock, and it dies amid the doubt. I think one of the most important concepts I know is that we also learn from negative feedback. Tony

My favorite Subject in School? Happiness, of course!

If you are lucky, Positive Psychology will be coming to a school near you soon. Positive Education as part of Positive Psychology seems to be really taking off at this point in time. 465 more words

Positive Psychology Insights

Keep It Positive

Martin Seligman, the author of Authentic Happiness, has some good advice for all of us.

View your setbacks as temporary and you successes as a direct result of your actions and choices.

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