Positive Courage

Positive Courage

What does Positive Psychology say about Courage? Earlier philosophers state how courage is an essential virtue which floats between cowardice and rashness (Aristotle, 350 BCE/1999).  The changing face of courage has shifted from support for a diminishing cause viewed...

read more
Grit, Grace, Gratitude. Philosophy

Grit, Grace, Gratitude. Philosophy

One philosophy tells us that our lives are predetermined. Another says that we have free will. Another still,  tells us that life is meaningless, and we are an accident of atoms smashing together in the great cosmos of a lucky toss of the dice.  So why do we continue,...

read more
Embracing Change in an Ever Changing World

Embracing Change in an Ever Changing World

There are few certainties in our human existence, aside from the understanding that our experience of life constantly changes. Much has been written about how we manage and think about our journey of change and whilst inevitable, change can be experienced as either...

read more

Research

Please click here for links to positive psychology research from around the world. Soon, we will  offer the first internet ‘dating’ service to match MAPP dissertation students with people who would like to collaborate.

Download

Please click here to download your complimentary copy of ’10 Ways to Improve Well-being’ by Bryony Shaw MAPP. We will be adding to our available downloads regularly.