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We have a very active and engaged community who share their expertise in open and collaborative ways. Plus, we seek out experts in different synergistic arenas and invite them to contribute. In this blog, you’ll find an expansive view and direct application of ideas from people who are doing good work in the world.

No Willpower Needed: From Rituals to Lifestyle Change

Posted on Sep 12, 2017 in blog, Emotional, Guest Bloggers, Inspiring Change, Physical, Relational

by Louis Cinquino In this series, CiPP4 graduate Louis Cinquino brings to life some of the core concepts of positive psychology and wholebeing happiness—putting the basics in context through his insightful observations, personal experiences, and fresh interpretations. Louis begins each installment in the series with a six-word story. Awake. Teeth itch. Breath reeks. Morning! Discipline is like patriotism—in theory, we may all be for it, but...

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Change, Loss, and Living Well Despite Adversity

Posted on Sep 7, 2017 in blog, Emotional, Guest Bloggers, Relational

by Harriet Cabelly The nature of life is impermanent, and we are called upon to be in constant movement with the changing of the tide, moving with the ebb and flow of life’s transitions. Some changes call for much more difficult adjustments—those heart-wrenching crises, such as debilitating illness and disability or the loss of loved ones, that brings us to our knees. However, loss encompasses more than the awful situations that cause us...

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Enjoy Every Toothache: What We Appreciate, Appreciates

Posted on Aug 29, 2017 in blog, Emotional, Guest Bloggers, Relational, Spiritual

by Louis Cinquino In this series, CiPP4 graduate Louis Cinquino brings to life some of the core concepts of positive psychology and wholebeing happiness—putting the basics in context through his insightful observations, personal experiences, and fresh interpretations. Louis begins each installment in the series with a six-word story. His toothache texted: WHERE R U? How is your toothache feeling today? If you actually have a toothache (or...

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How to Get Back on Track to Career Happiness: Strategies for Facing the Fear of Not Being Enough

Posted on Aug 15, 2017 in blog, Emotional, Guest Bloggers, Intellectual, Spiritual

by Denise Riebman Fifteen minutes into my presentation at the World Congress on Positive Psychology this summer, I felt off balance. I was speaking only from my head and not from my heart. Words were coming out, people were nodding, but my authenticity and connection were missing. Externally, I continued to speak; internally, I breathed deeply and mindfully. As I deliberately slowed the cadence of my voice, I gradually felt my head and heart...

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Your Pulse Is Not Your Heart: Permission to Be Human

Posted on Aug 1, 2017 in blog, Guest Bloggers, Intellectual, Physical

by Louis Cinquino In this series, CiPP4 graduate Louis Cinquino brings to life some of the core concepts of positive psychology and wholebeing happiness—putting the basics in context through his insightful observations, personal experiences, and fresh interpretations. Louis begins each installment in the series with a six-word story. He checked his own pulse. Nothing. That could very well be me in that six-word story. For some reason, I...

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It’s in the DNA: Epigenetics and Intergenerational Trauma

Posted on Jul 25, 2017 in blog, Emotional, Guest Bloggers, Intellectual, Relational, Spiritual

by Tammy Bottner, MD It was the spring of 1997, and I had a newborn baby. He had arrived ten days after his due date, pronounced healthy, and after four days at Newton Wellesley Hospital his father and I drove him home, me sitting beside him in the backseat because, like every new mother, I was worried he would stop breathing back there and who would know? But I only did that the one time, then I sat up front like a normal person, confident Ari...

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