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From the author of the international bestseller, Learned Optimism, comes a ground-breaking look at the nature of happiness and how everyone has the power to inject real joy into their lives. Martin E. Seligman is the international leader of the Positive Psychology Movement. His first trade book, the international bestseller Learned Optimism, greatly influenced the way people thought about mental health by bringing the concepts of cognitive psychology to a mass audience. Authentic Happiness is an even bigger ground-breaker. It represents the first time any scientist has placed value in the study not only of mental illness, but of 'mental wellness.' It's not about curing one's ills, but about exercising one's strengths and virtues in order to achieve what Seligman terms 'authentic happiness.' The life-changing lesson of Authentic Happiness is that, by assessing the very best in ourselves, we can improve the world around us and achieve new and lasting levels of genuine contentment and joy.

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This book is certainly one of the most important ones among all those I have read up to now. Based on a solid scientific research work, it shows that our future is not conditioned by our past and it clearly explains how to take control over one's life. This book helps me play a more positive role in my job and in my family.
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Martin Seligman livre ici une bible de la psychologie positive. Il cherche à accompagner le lecteur en le faisant se découvrir mieux lui même et lui enseignant des techniques permettant d'accéder à une vie + heureuse.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Reclaiming Virtue 16 février 2015
Par Chad Frisk - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I don’t know when it happened, but somewhere along the line virtue became a dirty word.

You can’t say it without getting weird looks. You can’t even think it without feeling like a hypocrite. Virtue? Isn’t that something Victorians believed in? Look where that got us: a world so full of oppression that the sun never sets on it.

I used to be in that camp. Virtue was a guilty pleasure of mine. I believed in it (sort of). But I always felt like either a faker or a cultural imperialist for doing so. Whenever the word popped into my mind, I gave myself one good mental flogging as penance.

The field of psychology seems to have been beset by similar demons. Much of the research agenda has been dedicated to identifying pathology (things gone very wrong), and mitigating it where possible.

That is, until now (or, to be more accurate, until about ten years ago). Martin Seligman is one of the founders of the field of Positive Psychology, a new branch of research that tries to identify what can go very right.

His findings are compiled in Authentic Happiness. The book has vindicated virtue, at least in my mind.

Seligman has spent the last decade plus trying to identify the sources of human flourishing. He has found a combination of six such sources appearing in literature from the Indus Valley to the Japanese Archipelago to the Mediterranean Sea (how about South America, Africa, or the annals of the Iroquois Nation? I’m not sure. I bet you’d find these traits in abundance there, too, if you looked).

The six (drumroll please) more-or-less ubiquitous human virtues as uncovered by Seligman’s team of graduate students are….

Ha! As if I’m going to just tell you. Go read the book!

Sike. I’ll tell you.

1) Wisdom and Knowledge
2) Courage
3) Love and Humanity
4) Justice
5) Temperance
6) Spirituality and Transcendence (defined as moving beyond narrow self-interest)

Quibble as you will, this seems like a good place to start. The first step to becoming a better person is believing that it is possible. For a long time I didn’t. I thought that the best I could do was keep to myself; I cowered in fear of offending anyone’s sensibilities with my notions of good and bad, or of taking on a model I couldn’t live up to. I’m done with that.

I may go down, but at least I’ll go down swinging.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Helpful Book to Combat Depression and Negative Thinking 8 mars 2016
Par Tracy L. Carbone - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My daughter is taking a Positive Psychology Class in college and this is their textbook. She loved it so much she told me to buy and read it. It's very helpful and has given her a great and different perspective on depression and how some of it can be fixed by changing your thoughts. Highly recommend for anyone who wants to see life in a better light and/or anyone with depression. It may not cure you but it's certainly a hopeful and well thought out book that will make a difference.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 i'm disappointed i can't rip it to my media player and ... 2 juin 2017
Par joyce kesling - Publié sur Amazon.com
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BUT, i'm disappointed i can't rip it to my media player and save in library. Seems it's protected, somehow, from this feature. The problem is i can't listen in two different locations, vehicle and computer! I guess, unlike when we buy CD's we are often offered download ability, then we have hard copy to use in vehicle players. Don't understand why this should be any different! This is why i'm only giving this audio book 4 stars!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Adjusting My Road Map 18 août 2011
Par David Shores - Publié sur Amazon.com
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About four years ago I wrote an 85 page story about my life titled "A Roadmap for Happiness, When Traveling from Age 70 to age 90". Each year since then I have been adding a new chapter. One of my main references for this story was a book by Dennis Prager, titled "Happiness is a Serious Business".

Between April of 2010 and March of 2011 I worked at job that fully utilized my technical skills (electronics engineer) and teaching abilities. Since this job ended I have been busily readjusting my roadmap. Part of this activity has been to read more books about happiness and to modify my goals.

"Authentic Happiness" includes a thorough analysis about techniques for "realizing your full potential for lasting fulfillment". One of my favorite parts is the description of work as a "job, career, or calling".

The author says that a key part of being happy is to understand your own "signature strengths" and to use them to help other people. Another key to happiness is being grateful and expressing that to others (especially your spouse) on a regular basis.

A book titled "Aspire" (by Kevin Hall) describes eleven attributes of people that we can admire. He recommends that we let them know what observe about them.

There are many other books about happiness and numerous people who comment about them on Amazon.com. I am proud to be one of them.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not the worst book I've read 11 avril 2017
Par Chinakin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Not his best work. The concept is very interesting but he uses the book as a platform to discuss his prior books and overly detailed anecdotes. If you can buy it cheap and used, it is worth perusing.
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