Positive Psychology in 100 Words

Positive Psychology in a 100 words

“Live courageously, through creation and adversity.

Take maximum responsibility.


Share a purpose.

Fulfilment over instant gratification.

Resilience over happiness.

Gratitude over habituation.

Savour the good. Expect the good, realistically.

Work from strengths, in flow, autonomously.

Less comfort, more growth.

Realize meaning by helping others.

Kindness as religion.

Give, give, give, receive.

Passion over profit.

Laugh and play while you can.

Express yourself soulfully.

Explore your ego, check the narrative.

Reflect don’t ruminate.

Just be, mindfully present, vulnerably now.


Accept yourself, unconditionally.

Perceive emotions as data.

Love what’s broken.

Embrace the uncontrollable.

Hug one second longer…


The end.”



Fontane Pennock, S.J. (2019, May). Positive Psychology in a 100 Words. Retrieved from https://positivepsychology.com

About the Author

Seph Fontane Pennock, BBA, is the co-founder of PositivePsychology.com. Seph strongly believes that we can deal with most of life’s absurdities by leveraging human connection and challenging ourselves, instead of using dogma or pharmaceutical drugs.


  1. B Ohlsson

    Wonderful 100 words to reflect on and live by.


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