One thing about the article by Seligman and Csikszentmihalyi (2000) that stood out to me was the point about psychology aiming to repair damage, while neglecting healthy individuals. Instead of psychology looking at how to prevent damage, it is too focused on repairing damage. The idea of positive psychology is to bring back the positives within psychology, which is busy with focusing on the negatives. Positive psychology aims to study the strengths and virtues that people have rather than their weaknesses and damage (Seligman & Csikszentmihalyi, 2000). Further, positive psychology is about exploiting those strengths within people as a way to prevent problems such as depression, schizophrenia, violence, etc. (Seligman & Csikszentmihalyi, 2000). Both positive psychology and humanistic psychology obviously deal with human factors. They both focus on the positive potential within individuals.I would say that positive psychology aligns closely with a Christian worldview, as it is about looking for the positives in people. This stood out to me when Seligman gave an example in the article about raising his daughter. Too often people look for the negatives in other people and try to fix those. We see this not only in parent child relationships, but also in spousal relationships. Instead of highlighting the strengths of the ones we love, we are too busy pointing out the negatives. God teaches us forgiveness, love, kindness, hope, honesty, etc. Those qualities are the same human strengths that positive psychology aims to focus on.Please respond to the above question using 250 words. Please also use at least 1 reference that is from a peer reviewed article or journal not a website reference. Please also cite the reference in APA 6th edition format.