We have promoted the science of optimal living in different ways in our quest to make positive psychology more accessible to every day people in Hungary.

  • Bliss Steps: positive psychology helps Hungary go with the flow
    “Putting it lightly, Hungarians are not generally characterized as exuberantly optimistic, and sometimes the dour attitude that can be prevalent here even seeps into the minds of foreigners who choose to live in Hungary for an extended period of time. Recent research indicates that a pessimistic attitude towards life can actually cause people negative physical effects on a microbiological level, which inevitably damages the well-being of every individual inflicted with negativity. (…)” – more on

  • Positive Emotions
    Scientific research on positive emotions suggests that feeling good is far more important than many people suspect. Your moments of heartfelt positivity can transform your life for the better by building your resources, strengths and your health. Positive emotions builds resilience, coping, physical abilities, emotional intelligence, social skills and self-mastery that becomes over time. Published in website.

Newsletters available in PDF format

  • Életerő Newsletter, June 2010: Strengths at Work
  • The article explores the strength-based approach in the workplace. The strengths are grouped under 6 main headings of virtues and the article explores the key components of a strength. It also highlights the key benefits of using strengths, that is to improve performance, productivity, motivation and work satisfaction.

  • Életerő Newsletter, June 2010: Intuition at Work
  • This newsletter explores the role of intuition in management, examining both analytical and intuitive thinking. It examines the role of intuition in the business decision-making process and problem-solving process, as well as the benefits of intuition.

Articles available in PDF format

  • How To Have A Positive Relationship?
    The article examines the key role of positive emotions on developing personal relationships. Also it explores how the process of capitalisation and bids improves your relationship well being. Published in Joy Magazine's 2010 March issue.

  • Living in the Present
    This article examines the role of emotions in our daily lives and how our positive emotions increases our scope of awareness. It explores the process of being mindful as well as how to value ourselves and time. Finally the article highlights the negative emotions of stress and explores how people get stuck in stress. Published in Joy Magazine's 2010 May issue.