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#PositivePsychThings

By Verse & Voice All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Poetry

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Rare and weird are the same word in Spanish, which I guess makes this a rare table book --- An excerpt: -Written under a Wild Moon: a howl is just a whimper brought to climax.🐺

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#PositivePsychThings

By: Voice and Verse

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In a nutshell, positive psychology is the science that studies what is “right” rather than “wrong” with people’s minds.

For the past century, psychology has been about defining illnesses and diagnosing patients -- this is known as the medical model. “Psychology as usual” is and always will be an essential part of the scientific study of the human mind, but as of 2000, a new way of seeing psychology has emerged. And it is VERY exciting.

This is not a field of psychology per-se, but rather a way of conducting psychological inquiry that focuses on healthy people as well as those who would be categorized as “mentally ill” by the medical model.

The following pages are 59 pages of emoji-driven poetry written by two Colombian/American brothers matched with concepts in psychology that relate.

In short, we positive psych fans are excited to introduce to you to the first serious science of happiness.

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