P is for Positive Psychology

Martin Seligman is recognised as one of the key figures in the growth of positive psychology. In the video above he gives an introduction to the approach.

His work led to creating the Positive Read more

M is for Maggie’s Centres: Empowering People With Cancer

The video above gives a short introduction to the centres. Here is some more information from the organisation’s web site. You can discover more at:



Maggie Keswick Jencks was the co-founder, Read more

T is for Robert Thurman: Being Joyful, Even If They Kill You

Robert describes how it is vital to be positive. You are then more likely to spread happiness around you.

Some people are so full of angst, he says, that they create bad vibes around Read more