Ingratitude will do you in . . . so says a Twi proverb. Gratitude is good for you . . . so says positive psychologists.
To bring all the apparent paradoxes of positive psychology together, we need to learn some maths about planes rather than lines. Though not obviously connected, contemporary commentary on positive psychology hangs together when we listen to Mandelbrot and other mathematicians.
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I am 99% persuaded by positive psychology, largely because I thought like a positive psychologist long before it was invented. … Read more 5 Little Understood Ways to be Resilient in Hard Times
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Image by foghornleg90 via Flickr A good article here on savoring and a list of actions and the corresponding emotion… Read more Vocabulary of positive psychology
“ how I want to know that sun, and how I want to flower and how I want to claim… Read more The Sun, David Whyte