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The Positive Psychology Formula

The positive psychology formula is contrary to traditional disease models because it emphasizes identifying and developing a person’s strength’s and virtues rather than disorders and deficiencies. Positive psychology strives to cultivate non-zero sum goals for the benefit of everyone instead of a select few.

Characteristics of Positive Psychology

The characteristics of positive psychology are built on three pillars, namely 1) pleasure and gratification, 2) embodiment of strengths and virtues, and 3) meaning and purpose that embody the striving of individuals, groups, and communities to non-zero sum goals.

Happy Girls

5 Ways to Kickstart Your Motivation

These are five relatively simple adjustments and attitude changes in your daily life that are recognized to kickstart people’s motivation and help them achieve personal success to their individual ability.

Positive Psychology at a Glance

Positive psychology at a glance already reveals the benefits that the approach can have on a broad range of people to improve happiness and life satisfaction.

Taming the beast of combat trauma

Living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur in people who have been exposed to a war, serious accident, natural disaster, sexual assault, terrorist attack or other life-threatening events. With knowledge and care, those living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder are able to function in their normal lives.