Feel Good Friday #2

5 January 2018


Dear Friend,

Are you sick of listening to bad news? Do you feel weighed down by all the negativity? Are you looking for a large portion of feel good news to take you into the weekend? Then look no further...

Tal Ben-Shahar, Harvard University Professor and leader of the class “Positive Psychology”, encourages his students to be an active agent in finding happiness. One way to do this is to read some positive news every day.
Positive information benefits us emotionally, physically, and mentally. It can contribute in a meaningful way to a happier and healthier life.
Good news has been proven to increase our ‘good mood hormones’ and even strengthen our faith in humanity and it is no coincidence that major news providers such as the Guardian and the Huffpost have good news sections now. 

Here I hope to inspire you with feel good stories that I have found across the web. It is time for Feel good Friday...

I came across the following video on youtube and it really made me smile. The message is such a powerful one and one I really believe in. The video is made by the Liberators, their mission is;

To involve people in participatory acts of freedom that allow us to see that beyond our differences there is love and humanity.

There are so many lonely people in the world now and a recent study showed that loneliness can be a bigger hazard to our health than obesity. I was really moved by the samaritans campaign Small Talk saves lives too. This shows the power talking to someone can have, it really can save lives. Lets put our phones down and talk to each other or better still dance!





Have a fabulous Friday!


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