Resources

Below are a few links to learn more about positive psychology.

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What is Flow in Psychology? Definition and 10+ Activities to Induce Flow via PositivePsychology.com

Connections

How to Stop Languishing and Start finding Flow via TED

Connections

There’s a Name for the Blah You’re Feeling: It’s Called Languishing via The New York Times

Happy

Mindful Photography: 11 Therapeutic Ways to Use Your Camera via PositivePsychology.com

Hope

To Enjoy Life More, Embrace Anticipation via The New York Times

Hope

Hope and Goal Attainment: Testing a Basic Prediction of Hope Theory via Guilford Publications

Hope

10 Ways You’re Stronger Than You Think via Psychology Today

Gratitude

How to Meditate via The New York Times

Connections

Hugs help women face stress, study says. Men, you are out of luck via CNN

Happy

The Link Between Happiness and a Sense of Humor via The Atlantic

Connections

We Need to Talk About ‘The Giving Tree’ via The New York Times

Hope

Wall Streeters peak between 36 and 40, according to a Harvard social scientist. Here’s what they forget to plan for in the second half of their lives. via Bisuness Insider

Hope

From Strength To Strength Book via Penguin Random House Publishing

Beauty

What Are Your 3 Deepest Beliefs About the World? via Psychology Today

Connections

What Really Feels Better, Forgiveness Or Revenge? New Research Has An Answer via Forbes

Happy

Art Should Be a Habit, Not a Luxury via The Atlantic

Gratitude

An Overlooked Cure for Loneliness via The New York Times

Happy

How Seeing the Good in People Can Help Bridge Our Differences via Greater Good Magazine

Hope

The philosophy that can change how you look at life via BBC

Hope

Are you flourishing? take the quiz via The New York Times

Happy

How Your Friends Can Influence Your Heart Health via Blue Zones

Gratitude

How to Want Less via The Atlantic

Connections

The Day May Break via Nick Brandt

Hope

Parents think—incorrectly—that teaching their children that the world is a bad place is likely best for them via Taylor & Francis Online

Hope

“My Creativity Kept Me Going”: Six Photographers Share Images From Their COVID Year via Vanity Fair

Happy

What Becoming a Parent Really Does for your Happiness via Atlantic

Beauty

Why Outdoor Workouts May Be Better for You via Blue Zones

Beauty

The BlueHealth Project: Protecting and improving our natural environments and our health: a win-win? via University of Exeter

Connections

Why You Need to Protect Your Sense of Wonder — Especially Now via Harvard Business Review

Beauty

Take a Walk in the Woods. Doctor’s Orders. via The New York Times

Connections

Facebook Knows Instagram Is Toxic for Teen Girls, Company Documents Show via Wall Street Journal

Happy

Through a Rose-Tinted Lens via The Penn Gazette

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