Investigating the Effect of Positive Psychology on the Sustainable Intolerance of Human Beings from the Viewpoint of Seligman
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between positivist psychology and the sustained internal satisfaction of human beings from the perspective of Martin Seligman. The research method is descriptive and has been dependent on the type of studies. Psychological phenomena such as happiness, optimism, hope, creativity and self-esteem are the result of positive experiences of the mind. Happiness and inner satisfaction are not the mainstream of psychology in the positive sense. All the clinical efforts of positive psychology focus on increasing psychological well-being and happiness. People, families, and communities need happy people to flourish. . Sustainable satisfaction of humans, that is, happiness, good mental state, positive emotions and a series of emotions (especially positive emotions), attitudes (life satisfaction), beliefs (such as the belief that everything is going well) Go) and other mental states. In fact, positive psychology is a scientific study of positive emotions, positive personality traits, and the structures that make this growth. Positive approach claims that positive emotions, abilities and meaning in life, both in real comfort and in the face of difficulties and difficulties, help people to have a better life.
The following results from the present study were obtained:
1) People are happy, outspoken and happy and have internal control
2) Optimism is not to repeat positive expressions or conceptions of winning, but rather in the process of thinking people about the causes.3) Increasing the positive emotions, engagement, meaning, and empowerment of individuals not only reduce their emotional needs, but also directly contribute to increasing their sustained satisfaction.
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