Optimism pays off. Optimists do better at everything – school and career, they have better personal relationships, are healthier and live longer than the pessimists.
Optimism breeds success. Be optimistic. Your life improves with a positive attitude.
HOW FULL IS YOUR GLASS? The Optimist says the glass is half full. The Pessimist says
Despite romanticized myths about the gloriously carefree teenage years, adolescence has always been an emotional battlefield where young people must fight their way through insecurity, depression and anger.
Sometimes life does not turn out how you expected or hoped. That doesn’t mean you can’t or won’t be happy. If you don’t limit yourself to your first version of your life, there is always a bright future ahead. If you believe the best is yet to come, you will be right.
You have mastered the art of living when you can face: 1. Trouble with courage 2. Disappointment with cheerfulness 3. Difficulties with determination
Every full life has its bright days and its dark days, its triumphs and defeats, its calm and stormy seas. All these high and low experiences could justify viewing the past through the lens of gratitude or disappointment. And the way we characterize our history will determine whether we look toward our future with hopeful expectations or anxious trepidation. If …
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Here are some suggestions to help you more consistently reap the benefits of positivity.
Life does go on. And the life that goes on must be lived until it is ripped from you or you surrender it, the life ahead has as many mysteries and miracles
For some, Thanksgiving is the beginning of a holiday season filled with joy and happiness at the prospect of spending time with family. For others, it’s a sadder time blemished by bad memories or dread. Some people see their lives filled with abundant blessings and find thankfulness easy and natural; others are so pre-occupied with tending to past wounds or …