World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day – 10th October A challenge for all those interested in flourishing us to get involved with at least one event on World Mental Health Day. Let’s recognise the work of Corey Keyes who states that “flourishing is complete mental... read more
How to Amplify PP Practice

How to Amplify PP Practice

How to Amplify PP Practice I have recently become poignantly aware of how practicing and living not just one of the positive psychology principles in isolation, but combining and blending a handful of exercises (what Martin Seligman calls a ‘package of positive... read more
Say Yes To Stress

Say Yes To Stress

Say Yes to Stress. Your brain learns from stress. In the hours after a stressful experience, your brain builds new wiring so you can avoid similar threats in the future. This is the survival mechanism we’ve inherited from our animal ancestors. Stanford Professor Kelly... read more
The Art of Alone

The Art of Alone

The Art of Alone Many people feel, and the media supports the belief that we are supposed to be part of a romantic relationship unit. Psychology has long proposed that people not in a relationship fare much less well than those in a relationship, and even lifespan has... read more
The resilience well spring

The resilience well spring

Resilience Emerges From Acknowledged Emotional Wounds Resilience emerges from acknowledged emotional wounds like water appears from a warm spring pool. When we experience grief in life, we often feel that we must suppress this and be seen to be coping. I want to take... read more
Escape from work, through work

Escape from work, through work

Escape from work, through work. Most of us at some point will have taken a day or evening to gain some TV relaxation therapy. I’m referring to the type of evening you approach thinking it is what you need, one where you don’t plan to watch anything in... read more
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