Why NCAA Basketball is Good for You!

March 16, 2012 by ·

Buzzer beaters. Cinderellas. Bracket buster upsets. This can only mean one thing. It’s March Madness! Aside from being happy that your team is in the NCAA tournament and even happier when your team wins its first game, why should you care? Can tuning into college basketball games be good... Read More

Character Strengths and Best Picture (Oscars 2011)

February 25, 2012 by ·

As I mentioned yesterday, positive psychology movies are not only the lighthearted films that inspire and elevate us but also the movies that teach us something about the human condition, help us face our suffering, and shine a light on pain and tragedy. In this article, you’ll find movies... Read More

The Westminster People Show

March 1, 2010 by ·

Today I asked my veterinarian tennis buddy about how they judge dogs at the Westminster Dog Show. He told me that the judges have in mind an image of what a perfect form of each breed looks and acts like, and then they go about trying to find the... Read More

Winter Olympics: Standing Tall Off The Medal Stand

February 15, 2010 by ·

I love the Winter Olympics! What I love is the drama. One by one, the athletes have decided to dedicate the bulk of time in their lives to their sport – becoming the best they can become. They spend hours upon hours, day after day for years practicing…practicing…practicing. Focused.... Read More