OK, so perhaps this isn’t the subject you expected from me, but keep in mind that relationships are core to wellbeing, and our ability to communicate and express our affection is core to relationships, perhaps the idea of love is worth exploring. Recently reading about the psychological construct of love I was interested in a…Details
My children are no angels. Contrary to what friend’s and teacher’s think. They are hard work and after last nights episode I got thinking “Why is Parenting so hard?” Let’s go back. When my Mum had my brother and sister in the early 70’s, there was only one guide to parenting that she knew of,…Details
A local woman inspiring positive social change – A guest blog that will have you shopping less, saving more and feeling great about contributing to our environment.
Recently I was presenting my public speaking course at Wollongong Uni, and a participant gave a beautiful presentation on her stance against consumerism. Inspiring positive social change is why I do what I do, and I loved her talk so much I invited Tracy to write a blog explaining what she’s doing and why. I think you’ll…Details
I’m excited about TV, and those who know me, know I don’t like or watch TV at all, apart from the odd stand up comedy. Personally, I’d rather read a book, or stare at the wall, which in all truth would be much better for my mental health. But, and it’s a big but, I…Details
Mental wellbeing can be measured on a scale of minus eight to positive eight. Traditional psychology is very successful in assisting people to move from the negative up to neutral. Unfortunately, most people with mental health issues don’t want to be ‘neutral’ they want to be happy and experience wellbeing. The role of positive psychology…Details
My first weekend at uni… I’m studying the MAPP which is a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology at Melbourne Uni and last weekend was our first intensive. I think this was a warm up task, we had to create a blog to reflect how we felt after our first intensive, so here goes! …Details