Written by : Betsy Simnacher

Happiness Library: Flourish

You don’t have to get very far in Flourish to glimpse the practical applications of positive psychology.

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March 2013

Atria Paperback

You don’t have to get very far in Flourish to glimpse the practical applications of positive psychology. Author Martin Seligman, Ph.D., writes on page 20: “We scientists have found that doing a kindness produces the single most reliable momentary increase in well-being of any exercise we have tested.” Seligman’s latest book explores how we can increase feelings of well-being and why it’s vital to do so. Reading this book is a good way to catch up on important milestones in the positive psychology movement like “post-traumatic growth” research on soldiers. Martin, who introduced the world to positive psychology as president of the American Psychological Association in 1998, is required reading for those who follow this field. 

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