The 7 Proven Benefits of a Positive Psychology

The positive psychology movement has endured its fair share of criticism…

…especially from those who believe in shadow work and the integration of negative emotions. Yet there is much research on the many benefits of positive psychology.


#1 – Stronger Personal Relationships

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People who are happier have deeper ties with their family and friends.

Positive psychology also has a number of benefits in the workplace and can help to increase productivity and return on investment, as well as increasing employee satisfaction levels.

Companies such as Google place a massive emphasis on employee happiness.


#2 – Benefits the Wider Environment

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Having a positive outlook actually rubs off on others who you come into contact with. In other words, it’s contagious.

Those who spend time with happy people are more likely to be happier in the future as opposed to spending time with those of a negative orientation.


#3 – Happier in General

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People involved in positive psychology are less likely to have depression or mental illness. While having a positive mindset does not stop bad things from happening, it helps to get over them.

People stuck in negative thought patterns let negative events haunt them for years.


#4 – Healthier

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People who engage in positive psychology practices tend to have lower blood pressure. They have lower stress levels and people who are optimistic about their circumstances are more likely to recover from illness such as cancer at a faster rate.

Studies have shown a direct link between positive psychology and the immune system.

While success does make people happier, having a positive psychology is also a factor in attaining success. It is not really possible, or at least much more difficult, to be extremely successful while having a negative outlook on life.


#6 – Snowball Effect

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Those who engage in positive thinking are more likely to be happier in the future. Happy thoughts lead to more happy thoughts as the momentum takes off. Those who fail to correct their behavior will continue to engage in self-destruction patterns.


#7 – Confidence and Vitality

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People who engage in positive thinking have more self esteem and are more confident in their day to day activities. They also have more energy ad exuberance.

This makes sense, as they will be more optimistic about the future and they also care more about what they do in the moment.

People of a negative mindset are more likely to look at their jobs as a means to an end and see life in general as pointless.


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