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September 25, 2014

I hope you enjoyed this episode of the Positive Psychology Podcast (if you haven’t listened to it yet click on Podcast or go to iTunes or Stitcher).

This is the website and app for which Acacia is the scientific advisor:

http://www.happify.com/

Here you can find out more about Acacia and Hiram College:

http://www.hiram.edu/majors-and-minors/psychology/faculty-and-staff/acacia-parks

She recommended that newbies to positive psychology start with this book:

http://thehowofhappiness.com/

If you enjoyed the podcast and you have a moment please go to iTunes and leave a rating or a review. That way you help other people find the positive psychology podcast. If you have no iTunes account you can rate the show on Stitcher . Thanks so much.

September 22, 2014

Supermarket

During the World Cup in Brazil the thing that surprised me the most had nothing to do with football. It had to do with carrots and cheese. read more …

September 16, 2014

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September 14, 2014

I hope you enjoyed this episode of the Positive Psychology Podcast (if you haven’t listened to it yet click on Podcast or go to iTunes or Stitcher). read more …

September 14, 2014

Young woman swimming with skarks in the ocean

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please hold your breath for as long as you can while reading this article. If you would happen to have a very heavy object that you could drape on your neck while reading that would be a bonus. The reason you should do this is

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September 5, 2014

Young girl examining a leaf with magnifying glass at the park

 

 

 

 

 

105’000’000 results in 0.27 seconds. That’s what I got when I searched for the best possible self exercise. Now I didn’t get around to checking each one of them out but I am fairly confident that most of them mention:

  • instructions to the exercise
  • the scientific benefits of doing it
  • in some cases an example
  • the end

What they usually don’t mention is read more …