Subjective Well-Being According to Positive Psychology

By Sarah Stevenson, The Tini Yogini Are you interested in a life filled with purpose, contentment, good mental and physical health? If you answered yes, then you have come to the right place. Positive psychology aims to increase well-being through recurrent positive affect, scarce negative affect, and cognitive appraisals like life satisfaction (Moore & Diener,… Continue reading Subjective Well-Being According to Positive Psychology

5 Easy Tips to Help Those Who Think Too Much

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By Sarah Stevenson, The Tini Yogini Have you ever been stuck on a problem and the more you thought about it, the harder it seemed to solve? You’re not alone. Six years ago I was a single mom, working full time as a behavior therapist for families of children with serious behavior problems. As my… Continue reading 5 Easy Tips to Help Those Who Think Too Much

Money Won’t Make You Happy, But These 12 Traits Will

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By Sarah Stevenson, The Tini Yogini While science suggests that half of our happiness is dependent on our genetic make-up, we can determine the other half. Times have changed quite a bit in half a century. We make far more money than our ancestors did, but according to research, we aren’t any happier. It often… Continue reading Money Won’t Make You Happy, But These 12 Traits Will

8 Signs You Might Be a Highly Sensitive Person…And What to do About it.

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By Sarah Stevenson, The Tini Yogini As far back as preschool, I can remember being in a room full of other kids and not just observing but sensing everyone’s emotions. Little did I know that being overly empathetic would be both a blessing and curse my whole life. My oversensitivity drives me batty at times,… Continue reading 8 Signs You Might Be a Highly Sensitive Person…And What to do About it.