Suzann Pileggi Pawelski

Suzann Pileggi Pawelski

Suzie Pileggi Pawelski is the "Science of Well-Being" blogger and contributing editor for Live Happy magazine. She has a Master's in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, and has written for Scientific American Mind as well as other publications.

 

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Your Brain Is a Mess—and That's a Good Thing!

Embrace contradictions to tap into your creativity, author Scott Barry Kaufman says.
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The Pilgrim's Progress

Use the power of positive psychology to push past preconceived limits.
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The Power of Passion

It can be destructive or healthy—the choice is up to you
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Know Your Kids' Strengths

New book by Lea Waters puts focus on positive parenting.
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Love and Happiness

New book sheds light on the role of positive and negative emotions in relationships.

Can Twitter Save Your Life?

A study of Tweet language identifies healthy and unhealthy communities in the U.S.
Find the Sacred in Everyday Life

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Find the Sacred in Everyday Life

Spirituality offers an antidote to our 24/7 plugged-in culture.
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The Science of Savoring

Taking time to bask in the things you love can greatly enhance your well-being.
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Why Forgive?

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