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Social connectedness is one of the 12 important ways to get lasting happiness in your life, according to Sonja Lyubomirsky. And this is not a new idea. The Talmud says “If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am only for myself, what am I?”
Connect with your family, friends, community. If you feel unconnected, find new and creative ways to address that. One proven way to increase connectedness and happiness is to perform random acts of kindness, and it need not be a big thing. For example you may choose to let someone in front of you in the supermarket queue, give your unfinished parking meter ticket to the person waiting to take over your parking spot, or buy a cup of coffee for the person asking for change on the street corner instead of ignoring them. You may even choose to put to good use some of your free time by helping your favourite charity.
The funny thing about kindness to others is that it often provides the giver more joy that the receiver.
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Positive Psychology (also known as the science of happiness) is the scientific study of optimal human functioning, ie the strengths and virtues that enable us to thrive. It is the study of what allows some people to succeed and rise above difficult situations, while others falter; what makes some people view the glass as half full, while others see it as half empty.
Positive Psychology is a serious scientific discipline based on solid, empirical research. It is founded on the belief that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to cultivate what is best within themselves, and to enhance their experiences of love, work, and play.
Why is a Positive Attitude Important?
The study of Positivity is a growing field within the discipline of Positive Psychology. In particular, the work of Barbara Frederickson has quantified the ratio of optimum positive to negative emotions that we should be feeling every day as 3:1, in order to enhance a sense of well-being in our lives. Increasing your positive thoughts […]
How Can You Develop a More Positive Attitude?
So how do we achieve this optimistic attitude to life, if we were not lucky enough to be born with it? Certainly genetics plays a role. All parents know that some children are born with a cheery disposition whilst others need more encouragement to see the brighter side of situations. But a positive attitude can […]