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positive psychology

5 Secrets to Make Change Positive

02.18.2011

by: Maurine Patten Change – it seems to be all around us. Not only is it affecting your budget, it is also affecting your work environment and possibly your social and personal life. If you are not directly affected, some of your friends are. There are five secrets which will help you manage the current […]

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Calgary Therapy – The Benefits of Positive Psychology in Calgary Therapy

02.07.2011

By Dr. Dan McKinnon PhD. (Education) If you feel you need help coping with stresses in your life in Calgary, therapy options to assist you are many and are readily available from a wide range of Calgary Psychologists.  A brief Internet search will yield an impressive list of professional therapists, complete with academic qualifications, areas […]

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Totally Positive Vibes

02.07.2011

by: Rocha Faustino So many studies have shown that positivity is the key to a healthy and happy life. But do you really know what it means to be positive and how to incorporate that great attitude into your daily life? It’s a process, indeed, but you’ll be amazed when you do, that each little […]

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Increase Your Passion and Positivity Now

02.04.2011

by: Paul M. Kerr Wake up every morning and look forward to rolling out of bed and jumping into action. Is it really possible any more or is it just a distant dream?

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Positive Discipline, Positive Thoughts, and Contributing Positivity

01.31.2011

by Sean N. Burrows In this article, I will be explaining the importance of, and how to improve positive discipline. And why it is so important to contribute as much positivity to the universe whenever possible.

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A New Branch of Psychology Called Positive Psychology Focuses On The Bright Side

01.24.2011

by: Michelle Conner You might not be able to buy happiness, but there’s a good chance you can learn more about it on a college or university campus. There’s a relatively new branch of psychology known as positive psychology, and it looks at people who enjoy good psychological health. A 2008 article in Business Week […]

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Positivity Creates Rather Than Ruins Productivity

01.21.2011

by: Paige Gersten Before anything else, what do you understand about positivity? How can you be positive? It may be manifested through print scrub tops with jolly and optimistically made designs, if you are a nurse.

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Let the Umbrella of Positivity Defend Negativity

01.17.2011

by: Patricia M. Hines Positivity or the attitude of positiveness is an umbrella to protect you from negative influences. What actually is going on around you has nothing to do with your perception of what is happening.

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Harvard’s #1 Class is on Positivity

01.14.2011

by: Suzanne De Cornelia Harvard University’s most popular class is ‘Positive Psychology’ about living a rich, full and abundant life. Since research proves positive people are longer living, healthier and higher functioning, students maintain a nightly diary for six months to record what was positive in that day to stay focused on the high points. […]

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Using Positive Psychology

01.07.2011

How to keep your employees engaged using positive psychology It is estimated that only 19% of employees are actively engaged at work at any one time, while another 19% are actively disengaged. Active disengagement at work costs the UK economy about £38bn a year. Ejaculation is primarily mediated via the sympathetic nervous system and when […]

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