This is a field I’ve skirted around in my blog, but now I’m interested in diving in and taking a deeper look at: Positive Psychology.
A new and blossoming field of psychology – positive psychology – has begun to uncover fascinating, evidence-based answers to many questions about happiness. I’ve been sizing up the most recent findings to reveal the emerging science of happiness.
What are the everyday sources of happiness?
Because happiness is something most of us aim for, how we define it has important implications for how we conduct our lives. To see why, compare these two competing definitions of happiness.
Excerpt from the article The New Science of Happiness — PsyBlog.
Many have argued that traditional psychology only explores what makes people sad, but Positive Psychology specifically focuses on what makes us happy. Do you agree/disagree? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
- The Power of Positive Psychology (everydayhealth.com)
- Positive Psychology Blogged ” The Amazing World of Psychiatry: A … (theamazingworldofpsychiatry.wordpress.com)
- Toward a Humanistic Positive Psychology: Why Can’t We Just Get Along? (psychologytoday.com)
- Positive Psychology News Daily ” Why You Need to Switch Off over … (8thai.com)