The science of the good life, huh? Sorry this is not about booze, sex and rock n'roll (or whatever is en vogue right now). In fact we talk about a lot of things that tree huggers would love: appreciation of beauty, gratitude, positive emotions, relationships and well, love. However we, that is positive psychologists and positive psychology practitioners buried ourselves in books, set out to experiment and then write it all up in a writing style that is about as exciting to read as watching an avocado turn brown. And that's the problem: if you are not an academic you probably want a little bit more excitement, than pages and pages of densely written journals can provide. Even if you are an academic, who has time to read all the interesting stuff out there anyways? So in an effort to save your eyes taking on a comically rectangular shape the positive psychology podcast brings the science of the good life to your earbuds. It's not all treehugger style though; sometimes we might get quite ... more
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This episode was inspired by a conversation I had with a friend about her teenage daughter. While body image is particularly hard to navigate in your teens even as adults many of us struggle. Today we'll talk about why multiple perspectives are impor... more
Casper ter Kuile is on a mission to build a world of joyful belonging and one of the ways to get there are rituals. In times of trouble and change rituals can give us something to replenish our physical, mental and spiritual resources. Casper and I c... more
Thank you for your straightforward advice and tools to combat these body images issues. Love the offense and defense strategies. I will be sharing this over and over.
Mr first listen to this podcast and my first experience with this Podcaster and the guest. more
Just started listening to your podcast as i needed someone to too help me after spending the weekend in bed ans wanting to remain there however you gave me the push to get up and few better. more
It’s so great to see you back Kristen!!! I can’t wait to hear this new episode. I love your podcasts, your interviews (naturally some more then others) and most of all, I find your very authentic positivity, level of care and humility absolutely refreshing and restorative!! Your way of being hooked me to listening to you from E1 and you’ve continually improved as your volume of work grew. I am a 56 year old passionate life long learner and I am so grateful I found your podcast because it of... more
Love your podcast, I heard only one and you’re awesome. Thank you for putting the time in. I appreciate the “freebie”some people are just so selfish and entitled!
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