Articles by Senia Maymin and Kathryn Britton
Celebrating the 5th anniversary of Positive Psychology News Daily, with numbers, notes, and authors’ choices of articles that are still fresh and relevant.
To celebrate the beginning of 2012, we asked our PPND authors what they’d like to share with you. For most of the following suggestions, there is also a a link to an earlier PPND article that connects a story to research. Happy New Year!
Today the authors and friends of PPND share some book ideas for holiday gifts. These books include our favorite books about positive psychology and some novels that carry positive messages. Happy Holidays.
Editor’s Note: PositivePsychologyNews.com Editor Kathryn Britton is reporting from the IPPA conference, and continues to live-tweet the event.
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Today the authors and editors of PPND share some suggestions for starting off the new year. As Orin Davis mentions in his recent article, different people need different approaches. We hope at least some of these thoughts help you think positively about starting a new year appreciatively, with self-compassion, and effectiveness. May we all move closer to the goal of flourishing in 2011.
Editor’s Note: Today the authors and editors of PPND share some suggestions for movies to watch during the holiday season.
This is the third in a 4-part series for the end of 2010, …
Today the authors and editors of PPND share some suggestions for thriving during the holiday season. Some people write about ways to celebrate joyfully, while others write about ways to deal with holiday stresses.
Editor’s Note: Today the authors, editors, and friends of PPND share some books we are giving to our friends in case they give you ideas for holiday gifts. These books include our favorite books about …
We want to thank the readers of Positive Psychology News Daily.
On March 17, 2010, we received our one millionth page view. Chances are good that it was a person reading Marie-Josee’s article about …
PBS is airing a documentary this week entitled “This Emotional Life” hosted by Dan Gilbert, author of Stumbling on Happiness. “In the course of this series, we’re going to look at the human …