Tag Archives: Positive Psychology

Another Take

OK, so I’ve told you how I think you shouldn’t write a song, but having been critical, it’s now time to put up an alternative way of going about the task and being a bit more constructive.  Instead of the … Continue reading

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Where the Magic Happens

This has been one of those weeks where a few seemingly unrelated ideas were brought to my attention, but they got me thinking about what connects them all.  The first thing I saw was an article about flourishing.  (http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/17/science/17tierney.html).  Martin … Continue reading

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Quotes from a Remarkable Author

Every now and then something happens that makes you feel foolish.  For me, it was the sudden discovery of the thoughts, writings and ideas of an acclaimed author, who I had not bothered to read or find out anything about, … Continue reading

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Escape the Prevailing Paradigm

Yesterday was one of those days where new thoughts and ideas were brought to my attention.  I love those days.  I was given an article about an emerging field of study in positive human psychology – self-compassion.  What it’s all … Continue reading

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