Tag: Kate Kessenich

On Positivity

Kate Kessenich

The concept of positivity seems to be showing up all around me:  As my co-workers and I discuss tragic current events, feelings of overwhelm and sadness seem to transition to discussions of coping mechanisms and the possibility that comes with focusing on the positive.  As my students reflect on their values or discuss the individual contribution they bring to group work, positivity seems to ring out louder than the rest.  Or as I discuss my partner’s latest audiobook that fuels his passion for mindfulness, health and wellbeing, the power of positive thinking appears to be a reoccurring theme.  In my experience, positivity is often glorified.

Continue reading “On Positivity”