The Way You Share Your Good News Reveals Your Personality

There are many ways to sharing a newly landed good news. Some might text a best friend immediately, launch the great news to social media, talk about it in the presence of someone who does not enjoy the same ability or keeping it all to themselves. ...

Feb 17

Categories: Positive Psychology

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State of Flow

Have you ever experienced being ‘in the ...

Feb 13

Categories: Positive Psychology

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It's Surprisingly Easy to Become an Optimistic Person

Take the next five minutes and imagine yourself in the future. This future self is doing wonderfully. You have worked hard and it is really paying off. You’re achieving all you set out to do. Everything has turned out in the best way possible. ...

Nov 23

Categories: Positive Psychology

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Curiosity Has the Power to Change Behavior for the Better

Piquing people’s interest can entice them to choose healthier behaviors over more tempting, unhealthy ones, study finds. New research shows that piquing people’s curiosity can influence their choices by steering them away from tempting desires, ...

Aug 23

Categories: Health / Illness / Medical Issues, Health Psychology, Life Purpose / ...

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How To Use Your Brain - A Quick Guide To Performing Well In Any ...

In the business world, individuals are required to perform. If you're unproductive for a while, you may risk losing your job. Thing is, our mind doesn't really care. We often feel we cannot directly control its processes and performance, especially ...

Jun 6

Categories: Positive Psychology

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How Highly Sensitive People Can Shield Themselves From Negativity

When a person full of negative energy enters a room occupied by an empath (highly sensitive person), the empath picks up on those feelings right away. The empath loses their grip on how they previously felt, giving it all up to understand and maybe ...

Feb 17

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8 Changes When You Cut Negativity From Your Life

We all know people who complain about everything, never see the good in anything, and think that sharing any sort of happiness will “jinx” whatever it is they secretly want. We also know that misery loves company. Therefore if you’re looking ...

Feb 17

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Scientists have figured out what makes Dr. Seuss so silly

Many psychologists believe that laughter and amusement evolved to signal that a surprise is not a threat. When words defy our expectations, it makes sense that we respond with laughter.

Dec 8

Categories: Positive Psychology

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The Future of Social Media Will Be Built With Positive Psychology

The next generation is craving ways to be a part positive change. Social media and technology are amplifiers helping them actually do it.

Oct 5

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7 Ways to apply Positive Psychology

Positive psychology has changed the course of mainstream psychology. After years classifying and repairing the worst of human experience, positive psychology emerged to build on the best. Spearheaded by Martin Seligman and MihalyCsikszentmihalyi in ...

Dec 1

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Positive, negative thinkers' brains revealed

The ability to stay positive when times get tough - and, conversely, of being negative - may be hardwired in the brain, finds new research led by a Michigan State University psychologist.

Apr 3

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How Positive Emotions Lead to Better Health

New research suggests that meditation or any other mood-enhancing activity can serve as a nutrient for the human body. We’ve all experienced downward spirals, in which dark emotions lead to destructive behavior that damages our health, strains ...

May 13

Categories: Positive Psychology, Self-Care / Self Compassion

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