gratitude

Being Bright Awake

Being Bright Awake: Starting Your Day on a Good Note

Posted on October 14, 2017

  There is no manual that clearly explains how to wake up every day and feel confident that the day will be a good one. It’s not even merely a matter of having will power, as most people preach but find near impossible to practice. The closest that one can come to an optimistic appraisal of the day ahead is being hopeful. The truth is that there is no formula for waking up with positivity simply because there is noRead More

The futile pursuit of happiness

The Futile Pursuit of Happiness

Posted on August 23, 2017

  We all want to be happy. I remember quite vividly that when I was younger all I ever wanted to do was grow up! I associated growing up with all the fun that adults get to have, like working, buying things, having money, living on your own etc. I always assumed that this was what would make me happy, and I assumed all adults were happy. But as I grew up I realised how difficult it was to makeRead More

Gratitude at work

Why is Gratitude Essential at the Workplace?

Posted on June 8, 2017

It is sometimes the simple things in life that are most valuable, and yet somehow go unappreciated a great deal of the time: watching the sun rise, having someone call you on a regular basis to see if you have eaten, if you’re okay, or just to say hello, a pet who greets you with unparalleled enthusiasm every single day, time to do nothing and just be. The truth is that there are a million things to be grateful forRead More

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The Positive Stride

Posted on August 2, 2016

  Problems are human; evolution has been about solving the problem of survival, medicine has been about solving the problem of disease, philosophy addresses the problem of fundamental questions of existence, while psychology addresses the problem of human nature. The problems that therapy addresses are the kind related to one’s deep personal experience which is practically a world of its own.   In this context, it is hardly surprising that a single problem can be approached in a variety ofRead More