After the last couple of years, it’s easier than ever to focus on the negatives and dwell on problems. But asking different questions can help change that, shifting attention to what is going well, what we appreciate and what we hope for. These cards were crafted to help people build on what’s good and strengthen their connections with others.
Created by psychologists
The Good Question Cards were developed by an experienced team of psychologists in the UK. Underpinned by the science of positive psychology and principles of appreciative inquiry, the cards were lovingly designed to help people notice, and talk about, what’s working well.
48 question cards arranged into 6 question families (Appreciating You, Appreciating Others, Wider Appreciation, Raising Self-awareness, Seeing the World Differently, Creating Change), plus 3 blank cards for people to add their own questions. Instruction cards are included, along with access to more exercise guides online. The cards come in an attractive and robust box, so they can be used again and again.
Why is this the right gift?
The Good Question Cards are a great option for so many people and circumstances.