If you want to learn how to become more optimistic and think more positively (see previous post Learn: Optimism), try starting a gratitude habit.
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These three sites offer all positive news all the time. They’re worth visiting for a little pick-me-up or when bad news seems to be ruling the airwaves. Happy news-reading!
Optimism isn't just a half-full glass or pitcher of lemonade squeezed from life's lemons. The Mayo Clinic credits positive thinking with enhancing a person's general well-being through improved cardio health, better coping skills, "effective stress management," and even a longer life. In his book Focus on the Good Stuff, Mike Robbins asserts that a positive outlook can help you enrich relationships and realize "greater success and fulfillment." Psychologist David Niven points to numerous scientific studies that link happiness with optimism in his book 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People. Is optimism something ingrained in one's personality? Or can we learn how to see things from the positive side?