Oriold just released their Hungarian translation of A Happier You. It’s an honor to be able to reach Hungarian-speaking people around the world. Many thanks to all who continue to support efforts to live more peacefully within ourselves and with each other.
Being connected to others is a basic human need. But how do we create relationships that help us thrive in a time of heightened stress and uncertainty? And how can positive psychology guide us in strengthening our human bonds?
In this one-hour presentation, I will explore the social side of happiness, share research findings, and provide an overview of the online Master of Applied Positive Psychology program at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
The event takes place on Tuesday, June 21st at 4 pm ET / 7 pm PT and you can register here.
I had the pleasure of talking to USA Today writer Kim Painter about happiness habits for Mental Health Awareness Month. Check out the article here!
Check out WHYY-TV’s profile of A Happier You and the Master of Applied Positive Psychology Program at PCOM as part of mental health awareness month. The show is “You Oughta Know” featuring Philadelphia people, places, and events. You can watch it at 7:30 pm on Comcast 812, Fios 512, Direct TV 12. A big thanks to producer Steve Kwasnik and the great crew who were a part of this.