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Running head: POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY THEMES 1 Positive Psychology Themes Angel Bingham PSY/220 November 26, 2011 Stefanie Crouse
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POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY THEMES 2 Positive Psychology Themes The central themes and strategies of Positive Psychology are made up of more than one belief that all intertwine with one another. People learn from their mistakes as well as their accomplishments. Believing in the freedom to choose, change, and control an outcome affects the goals people set for themselves and the level of commitment given to the goals that have been set forth (Bolt, 2004, p.19). Even though people have the power to control their actions; Mankind is also part of something much bigger. There are often contributing factors that affect people that often go unnoticed. Experiences, current situations, and biological factors all play a part in shaping a person’s behavior. When a person learns what the outside factors can do, he or she is able to
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