How to Increase Optimism (and Why You Should)

Sometimes optimism gets a bad name. Positive people might find themselves being accused of "wearing rose-colored glasses" or behaving like "a Pollyanna." In truth, real optimism isn't about ignoring reality and pretending that everything is OK, even when it's not. 

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Paisley Hansen is a freelance writer in both physical and mental health. When she isn’t writing she can usually be found reading a good book or hitting the gym.

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Woman outdoors meditating on yoga mat
05/28/2021
Sometimes optimism gets a bad name. Positive people might find themselves being accused of "wearing rose-colored glasses" or behaving like "a Pollyanna." In truth, real optimism isn't about... read more
Woman outdoors meditating on yoga mat
05/28/2021
Sometimes optimism gets a bad name. Positive people might find themselves being accused of "wearing rose-colored glasses" or behaving like "a Pollyanna." In truth, real optimism isn't about... read more