Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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New Directions in Positive Psychology
Tim Lomas Ph.D., Dan Collinson, Lesley Lyle
Finland has come top of the latest World Happiness Report. We would all benefit from understanding why.
Is there more to meditation than mindfulness? Discovering the refined absorption of dhyāna.
What can Finnish teach us about resilience? Discovering the secrets of sisu.
Is being happier at work better for the employee and the organisation?
Can there be positive outcomes from redundancies and downsizing?
Is your organization playing to its strengths? Discover how a workplace strengths approach is having a positive impact in creating greater success for organizations.
What if we've got it wrong about boredom? Despite its negative connotations, boredom may actually be valuable.
The United Arab Emirates is looking to be the happiest nation in the world. How can psychology help?
Do you believe that some people are just lucky or that you can create your own luck?
Does the fleeting presence of cherry blossoms make you happy or sad? There may be an 'untranslatable' word for that feeling.
What exactly is positive psychology? Hear from the leading experts in the field about what positive psychology is to them.
Can sadness ever be a good thing? Here are 12 ways in which it might actually help us to be happy.
What is second wave positive psychology?
Tim Lomas, Ph.D., is a lecturer in positive psychology at the University of East London.
Dan Collinson is an associate lecturer in positive psychology at Buckinghamshire New University and a director of Positive Psychology Learning.
Lesley Lyle is an associate lecturer in positive psychology at Buckinghamshire New University and a Director at Positive Psychology Learning.