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Be an Optimist
时间:2014-8-21 9:46:55        作者:佚名        来源:学习周报

  If you change your mind — from pessimism to optimism — you can change your life.

  — Claipe Safran

  Do you see the glass as half-full rather than half-empty? Do you keep your eye upon the doughnut, not upon the hole? Suddenly these cliches are scientific questions, as researchers scrutinize(仔细检查) the power of positive thinking. Research is proving that optimism can help you to be happier, healthier and more successful. Pessimism leads, by contrast, to hopelessness, sickness and failure, and is linked to depression, loneliness and painful shyness. If we could teach people to think more positively, it would be like inoculating(给……注射预防针) them against these mental ills.

  Your habits count but the belief that you can succeed affects whether or not you will. In part, that’s because optimists and pessimists deal with the same challenges and disappointments in very different ways. When things go wrong the pessimist tends to blame himself. He would say “I’m not good at this. I always fail.” But the optimist looks for loophole(漏洞).

  Most people are a mix of optimism and pessimism, but are inclined in one direction or the other. It is a pattern of thinking learned at our mothers’ knees. It grows out of thousands of cautions or encouragements, negative statements or positive ones. Too many “don’t I” and warning of danger can make a child feel incompetent, fearful and pessimistic. Pessimism is a hard habit to break — but it can be done.

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