Melbourne, VIC (PRWEB) June 4, 2008
PositiveBlogger.com has officially announced the launch of their new website (http://positiveblogger.com). A Positive Psychology portal style blog, PositiveBlogger.com provides daily articles, essays, videos and how-to's on methods for implementing Positive Psychology into daily life.
Positive psychology is a recent branch of scientific psychology that studies the strengths and virtues that enable individuals and communities to thrive. PositiveBlogger.com brings that focus to the general public by leveraging the artifacts of Positive Psychology and presenting them within the context of our everyday lives.
Run by ex Microsoft Solution architect MVP Clarke Scott, himself a blogger since 2002. Clarke believes positive psychology has a lot to offer bloggers. "First of all, there is real science going on around it, including clinical trials and research. Therefore it is something that many smart people are working on. We as a community will benefit from all this research. Training the mind is something that eastern philosophies have been doing for centuries. Developing a balanced state of mind encourages mental wellbeing. And with mental wellbeing comes happiness. Isn't this why we all started blogging in the first place?"
In recent months there has been much made of the physical and mental health of bloggers as they churn out post after post, including a death of one blogger and another having a heart attack. PositiiveBlogger.com believes it can address this growing problem by bringing the science of Positive Psychology to bloggers. It is a method to empower them and helping bloggers become healthy and happy, and therefore better bloggers. Therefore improving their likelihood of success.
For more information on PositiveBlogger, please visit http://positiveblogger.com