Positive Psychology & the 3 Ps to Becoming Resilient

Publication2ZCPositive Psychology & the 3 Ps to Becoming Resilient

Martin Seligman, founder of Positive Psychology, found that the best way to recover from setbacks & become more resilient is by moving beyond the 3 Ps:
1) Personalisation
– The idea that you are at fault
2) Pervasiveness
– The belief that the event will affect all areas of your life
3) Permanence
– The thought that the effect of the event will be lifelong

Confucius: Our greatest joy is not in never falling but in rising up, every time we fall

Source: ABC News @ http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-06-15/three-ways-to-build-resilience/8617094

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