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Experience with a Mindfulness Course
By Marta Velázquez  
October 17, 2014 – 7:00 am | No Comment
Meditation at sunrise

I was attracted to the course, Mindfulness: Practice, Theory and Applications precisely because it covered both theoretical and practical aspects of mindfulness. I learned about using the body to increase mindfulness, about uses of mindfulness in therapy, and about mindfulness as a life style.

Myths about Upside of Your Dark Side
By Robert Biswas-Diener  
October 15, 2014 – 7:25 am | No Comment
 

Although it has only been out for two weeks, The Upside of Your Dark Side has stirred some spirited discussion. I want to add a few comments, addressing four myths that have been raised about the book.

E-Mail and Stress in the Workplace
By Geoff Fallon  
October 13, 2014 – 10:50 am | 4 Comments
Connecting?

E-mail is a double-edged tool. While using e-mail increases stress, it also allows us to work remotely and to leave work to attend a child’s activity. How can we get more of the benefit and less of the cost?

Perspective: Giving Up When You Can’t Cut The Mustard
By Daniel Tomasulo  
October 9, 2014 – 4:12 am | 3 Comments
Hot dog stand

What do you say when your dissertation advisor suggests it’s time to open a hot dog stand?

Letting Go when You Desperately Want to Hold On
By Homaira Kabir  
October 7, 2014 – 5:36 am | 2 Comments
Hatchlings

My first-born has left the nest. Like the mother bird that nurtured and tended, I watch her fly away with pride and just a little trepidation. What strengths can I draw on to deal with my heart filled with longing?

The Upside of Your Dark Side (Book Review)
By Lisa Sansom  
October 2, 2014 – 4:52 pm | 5 Comments
 

The Upside of Your Dark Side feels like a mass media expansion of this basic hypothesis, that “life worth living” isn’t about gaining happiness any more than it is about avoiding misery. The true good life is a life of your whole self. That’s how we grow and that’s how we develop, not just in bits and pieces, but in wholeness.

Fishing Your Way to Happiness
By Bridget Grenville-Cleave  
September 30, 2014 – 9:56 am | 3 Comments
Fishing on the Bosphorus

You can easily see how a pastime like fishing can become much more than a way to relax and unwind at the end of a busy week. Sitting on the riverbank with a rod and box of bait for days at a time will eventually lead you to become fairly knowledgeable about fish and fishing, but it’s only by pushing yourself out of your comfort zone and into new realms that you’ll develop deep expertise.

Comfortable in Your Own Skin (Part 2): Three Avenues to Authenticity
By Jan Stanley  
September 26, 2014 – 8:17 am | 2 Comments
Deathbed thoughts

Living authentically comes naturally to those with the signature strength of Integrity, Honesty, and Authenticity. For others, more thought and action may be required to ramp up authenticity levels. Here are three evidence-driven approaches to consider, along with three ways authenticity benefit us in addition to increasing well-being.

Comfortable in Your Own Skin (Part 1): Authenticity and Well-Being
By Jan Stanley  
September 25, 2014 – 10:02 am | No Comment
My taupe sweater

When temperatures drop with the coming of autumn, I love wrapping up in my most comfortably warm wool sweaters. A favorite is my fine gauge taupe cardigan with the gold buttons. It looks, smells and feels like genuine wool down to its smallest visible fibers. What can we say about ourselves that is true in every fiber of our being?

Positive Psychology Researcher List: Invitation to Use and Contribute
By Seph Fontane Pennock and Lisa Sansom  
September 22, 2014 – 4:42 pm | 2 Comments
Mastering social media

Have you ever wished you had a list of researchers in all corners of the positive psychology field with links to their websites where you could find papers and descriptions of research topics?

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