How to Make Optimism Work for You

December 07, 2020

Happy Sunday Lindi Skin friends! Do you have a sunny brain or a rainy brain? Dr. Elaine Fox, a psychologist at the University of Essex in England and author of an informative new book on the science of optimism, “Rainy Brain, Sunny Brain,” writes: “Optimism is not so much about feeling happy, nor necessarily a belief that everything will be fine, but about how we respond when times get tough. Optimists tend to keep going, even when it seems as if the whole world is against them.” Read how to re-train your brain and become an eternal optimist! Read more at http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/07/02/how-to-make-optimism-work-for-you-2/?ref=health



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