Hope is More Than Wishful Thinking

‘We need hope like we need air’

Hope is stronger than hate. After all, hope is not just wishful thinking; it is a resolve that cannot be broken.

The father of positive psychology, Martin Seligman, spent years studying this and other positive emotions and said that hope is “when you expect the best in the future, and you work in order to achieve it.” This can…

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Psychologist in Human Performance. Writing about positive psychology and the science of mind to better understand human potential. Owner Explorethelimits.com

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Jeremy Sutton, PhD

Jeremy Sutton, PhD

Psychologist in Human Performance. Writing about positive psychology and the science of mind to better understand human potential. Owner Explorethelimits.com

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