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A Happy 2015 on Purpose

A Happy 2015 on Purpose

Anti-Intellectualism and the "Dumbing Down" of America There is a growing anti-intellectual dumbing down of our culture  Posted Jul 07, 2014

Anti-Intellectualism and the "Dumbing Down" of America There is a growing anti-intellectual dumbing down of our culture Posted Jul 07, 2014

75 Years In The Making: Harvard Just Released Its Epic Study On What Men Need To Live A Happy Life | FEELguide | Film, Music, Design, Scienc...

75 Years In The Making: Harvard Just Released Its Epic Study On What Men Need To Live A Happy Life | FEELguide | Film, Music, Design, Scienc...

The Lord has blessed me with so much this past year... I'm grateful for 2015: 1. Started my year on one side of the world Armenia and ended the year on the other side of the world Argentina. Because I am blessed with a growing international family  2. Traveled to 6 countries and 10 cities outside of MN/WI. A huge thank you to my parents. 3. Crazy fun work experiences. I had the pleasure of being a CA and an OA in my freshmen residence hall I'm enjoying research in child psychology and I love…

The Lord has blessed me with so much this past year... I'm grateful for 2015: 1. Started my year on one side of the world Armenia and ended the year on the other side of the world Argentina. Because I am blessed with a growing international family 2. Traveled to 6 countries and 10 cities outside of MN/WI. A huge thank you to my parents. 3. Crazy fun work experiences. I had the pleasure of being a CA and an OA in my freshmen residence hall I'm enjoying research in child psychology and I love…

Psychology Today "...artistic creativity is primarily a force of health and well-being rather than a mirror of dysfunction, pathology or disorder. Although the field of art therapy is partially based on seeking diagnostic information from the content of art expressions, in contrast my worldview as a practitioner focuses on facilitating individuals’ creative exploration and artistic self-expression to find both the “pleasant life” as well as the “meaningful life.” ©2015 Cathy Malchiodi, PhD

Psychology Today "...artistic creativity is primarily a force of health and well-being rather than a mirror of dysfunction, pathology or disorder. Although the field of art therapy is partially based on seeking diagnostic information from the content of art expressions, in contrast my worldview as a practitioner focuses on facilitating individuals’ creative exploration and artistic self-expression to find both the “pleasant life” as well as the “meaningful life.” ©2015 Cathy Malchiodi, PhD

75 Years In The Making: Harvard Just Released Its Epic Study On What Men Need To Live A Happy Life

75 Years In The Making: Harvard Just Released Its Epic Study On What Men Need To Live A Happy Life

Yes "We can change what we do in the moments of our lives, even if it is difficult to change major aspects about our lives and how we think.mimagephotography/Shutterstock

Yes "We can change what we do in the moments of our lives, even if it is difficult to change major aspects about our lives and how we think.mimagephotography/Shutterstock

You can tell just by their lifestyle choices. Happiness is meant to be shared, but sometimes the happiest people are too busy living to tell the rest of the world how they got there. Talking about how great life is can also quickly go past humble to...

You can tell just by their lifestyle choices. Happiness is meant to be shared, but sometimes the happiest people are too busy living to tell the rest of the world how they got there. Talking about how great life is can also quickly go past humble to...

Psychology Around the Net: December 17, 2016  Happy Saturday, sweet readers!  This week’s edition of Psychology Around the Net is extremely interesting, if I do say so myself.  Keep reading for the latest on how  pets can help  people with severe mental illnesses, the new(ish) trend that’s  ruining relationships  (ever heard of “phubbing?” me either), how  spirituality care  can benefit medicine, and more.        Pets Can Be Life-Changing For People Living With Severe Mental Illn..

Psychology Around the Net: December 17, 2016 Happy Saturday, sweet readers! This week’s edition of Psychology Around the Net is extremely interesting, if I do say so myself. Keep reading for the latest on how pets can help people with severe mental illnesses, the new(ish) trend that’s ruining relationships (ever heard of “phubbing?” me either), how spirituality care can benefit medicine, and more. Pets Can Be Life-Changing For People Living With Severe Mental Illn..

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