Positive psychology

Positive psychologyWhat is positive psychology?

Positive psychology is a more recent approach in psychology focusing on psychological health and wellbeing rather than mental disorder and treatment. The mainly focus in positive psychology is concepts such as happiness, sense of accomplishment, coping, quality of life and optimism. The individual basically that the individuals function best when they're optimistic, satisfied and happy. It has been proved through empirical studies that a human thrives better when it focuses on the positive in life and let go of concerning and worrying thoughts.

How is positive psychology beneficial?

No matter what needs or challenges you're dealing with, positive psychology can be beneficial for you. This method varies a lot depending on your situation. Everyone can benefit from positive psychology as it adds a positive mindset to your life with tools that you can use in your everyday life. It can help you both in your everyday life, in relations, in a relationship, at your work or education. Therefore it can give you an increased surplus to do things you usually don't bother doing or complain about. It creates a more satisfying existence for you but will also infect your surroundings. However, it is mainly people with mental disorder such as anxiety or depression and people with low self esteem or pessimistic thoughts who will benefit the most from using this method.

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Regardless of the fact that you're interested in having a more pleasant existence or you're struggling with a mental disorder, positive psychology is recommendable. At GoMentor.com we have different therapists and psychologists related who offers this method where it's possible for you to move your life forward and get more joy in your everyday life.

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