Posts Tagged ‘Fluffy Fallacy’

Thinking & Grieving

This post deals is inspired by a blog post from a fellow MAPPster, Lucy Hone, 2010, who is coping with grief from the death of her 12-year-old daughter, pulling on what she learned from MAPP, and sharing the process with the world. She powerfully rebuts “The Fluffy Fallacy” (that positive psychology is “fluffy” – not […]

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Deep Patterns of Happiness

When we teach SMART Strengths skills, strengths are generally “easy” to teach and the cognitive skills (Flexible & Accurate Thinking, Mindsets) are “hard”.  (Goal setting is also hard, but not like the cognitive skills, and the Relationship Skills are easier. Appreciative Questioning is easier on an interpersonal level than as a process for groups.) Participants like strengths, […]

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