26 Sep Using positive psychology to cope with economic turmoil
Positive psychology is not just about happiness and enjoying the good times. Positive psychology is also about dealing effectively with tough times.
A recent article on boston.com begins…
As Americans watch the value of their stocks plummet, and worry about their job security in an increasingly fragile economy, this question arises: how, psychologically, can we best deal with this? Is there a way to think about what is happening that might fend off total despair? We sought tips from Tal Ben-Shahar, author of the book “Happier” and teacher of what has been the most popular course at Harvard, on positive psychology. His list follows:
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