Too many resolutions are hard work and, let’s face it, you’re never going to stick to them if there’s too much effort involved. So says happiness doctor Andy Cope, who has spent 10 years researching positive psychology and delivers courses, centring on themes of happiness, in businesses and schools acrossRead More →


Are you feeling discouraged about your health, your job, or the political climate in our country? Are you worried about a loved one who is struggling? Do you feel stuck in a toxic or unfulfilling relationship? Are you lonely or wondering if you’ll ever find the one ? Source: 6Read More →

Thanksgiving is around the corner. I don’t know about you, but on that day I plan to put on my  Joey Tribbiani ’s Thanksgiving pants and get ready to eat too much turkey, stuffing, gravy, and mashed potatoes. More importantly, the holiday is a time to count our blessings and give thanks—evenRead More →

Positive psychology focuses on the aspects of our psychology that make us happy , that gives us fulfillment, that makes life worth living, that give life meaning. Having fulfilling relationships, displaying gratitude, having self-compassion, and showing generosity and compassion to others are often cited as things which give people a positive outlook on life.

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