Positive Psychology News Digest on Mappalicious | No. 42/2016 (Philly Edition)

martin_seligman_nico_roseMy favorite pieces covering Positive Psychology and adjacent from (roughly) the last seven days.

This edition of the Positive Psychology News Digest is brought to you directly from the University of Pennsylvania. I´m attending the annual Penn MAPP Summit, listening to Martin Seligman right now as I´m typing this. Good times…

Quartz: The Japanese practice of ‘forest bathing’ is scientifically proven to improve your health by Ephrat Livni


Quartz: Positive psychology is rooted in the radical idea that you are not a problem to fix by Tim Lomas


Guardian: Our children are paying a high price for society’s vision of success by Tim Lott


Forbes: Five Behaviors Of People Who Are Happy At Work by Rebecca Newton


GQ: The World’s Happiest Man Wishes You Wouldn’t Call Him That by Michael Paterniti


Psychology Today: The Secret to Achieving Your Dreams No One Tells You About by Emma Seppälä


Mindful.org: How to Free Yourself from Your Personal Stories by Bob Stahl & Steve Flowers


Greater Good Science Center: People Who Trust Technology Are Happier by Deborah Yip


Heleo: Nir Eyal and Monica Worline on Why Cultivating Compassion is Crucial for Success in Business, no author


Science Daily: In the workplace, incivility begets incivility, new study shows, no author

Positive Psychology News Digest

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