A little poem by Taigu Ryokan captures for me the way we get caught up in fruitless activity and how much more we could do and enjoy if we only stopped to “listen”.
4 puzzles of positive psychology I forgot to finish my series on the 4 puzzles of positive psychology, but I… Read more Happiness & sorrow are two sides of a coin; it’s in the maths
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This is a long story and a tame story in many respects, read on . . . I am a… Read more For people who don’t get Twitter, Facebook, etc. Nice story ~ other people can read it too
Today, a very useful though long blog post on the new science of psychology popped up on my Google Alerts. … Read more 4 “get your head arounds” of the new science of psychology
It’s a good thing they don’t know Today I had glass of warm water and a few drops of lemon… Read more Ignorance is bliss but please don’t charge me for your services!
Ned’s challenge Ned has solved my dilemma about what to write about this weekend. Commenting on my post on Hope,… Read more Psychologists, 2009 AD, recessions, life
Image by bowbrick via Flickr Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion I was trained as a psychologist and I ultimately trained thousands… Read more What psychologists can learn from social media
A good way to test a psychological theory is to ask: does it “do something to you” or does it… Read more “we” and “they” in psychology