Parables and Positive Psychology 09/19/20

"Whoever has ears to hear ought to hear.” (Luke 8:8) With this proclamation, Jesus suggests that everyone should listen to the word of God and incorporate it into their lives, so as to fulfill the individual and those around them. But then, Jesus goes on to describe a few common responses to hearing this word. … Continue reading Parables and Positive Psychology 09/19/20

Parables and Positive Psychology 09/17/20

"But the one to whom little is forgiven, loves little." (Luke 7:47) Currently, the United States is in an election year, and the air is thick with calumny and vitriol towards political opponents. In other words, there is extreme hostility towards political opponents, whether that is between the candidates themselves or among the followers of … Continue reading Parables and Positive Psychology 09/17/20

Parables and Positive Psychology 5/6/20

"When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, 'I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.'" (John 8:12) Hi all! Whether it has been noticeable to you guys or not, I have certainly been away for a long time, even after my Hiatus … Continue reading Parables and Positive Psychology 5/6/20

Parables and Positive Psychology

How does the field of positive psychology relate to the prodigal son parable in the bible? As you may know, this blog pertains to the foundations of well-being from a perspective of positive psychology. I strongly believe in several findings from the field of positive psychology in questioning what it means to live a meaningful … Continue reading Parables and Positive Psychology

Positive Psychology Through Christianity

How can a relationship with Jesus address negative events in our lives and positively impact our mental health? As I was writing this for an opportunity to be a guest blogger on "The Godly Chic Diaries," I was very happy with the writing that was produced. I will be submitting this to the author of … Continue reading Positive Psychology Through Christianity