pessimistic

Bekoff suggests that a truly pathologically pessimistic dog might generalize his failure at the milk and water task, and
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There's a benefit to seeing the glass half-empty.
Optimists know that when things don't go their way, they've just had a bad day -- not a bad life -- and a new one is coming
Recently a client of mine came to see me. I let her talk for some time, listening intently to her words, observing her body
Both the play and the article made me wonder about the role of choice when it comes to seeing the glass as half full or half empty. Can we simply decide to be positive and then we'll feel better?
How many of you are frustrated with the number you see on the scale? This is the time of year many people make New Year's resolutions, and my guess is that one of your goals is to lose weight.
By making a conscious decision to live your life with less negativity in it, you become the arbiter of what you let in and what you don't. We always have a choice as to how we want to live our life and what kind of quality we want it to have.