Positive Psychology focuses on people's strengths in addition to what ails them. Instead of just asking what’s wrong, I'll will pay close attention to your strengths:
- the capacity for love and work
- open mindedness
Once you’ve identified your strengths, you’ll learn to you use them in new ways and new situations. You’ll zero in, in writing, on what is going well in you life. You’ll set goals, and chart a course to meet them. Positive psychology encourages people to become their best selves, maximize their ability to bounce back from adversity and engage fully in love and work.
Positive Psychology Internet Resources can be located at the Authentic Happiness website.