Even I’m sick of my bullshit at this point. Could meditation, gratitude, and a little more smiling actually change my attitude?
Looking on the bright side doesn’t actually work for everyone.
New research suggests that negative-minded people are more likely to develop life-threatening diseases.
The brain is quicker to judge something as negative, because it’s easier than reframing to positive thinking.
Author and professor Eugene Thacker tells us about how pessimism can be a form of self-help.
At least, that’s the message both science and popular culture seem to be sending.
According to new research, optimists and pessimists alike brace for the worst while waiting for news.
New research challenges the idea that human beings are innately optimistic about their own lives. We speak to the researchers to find out why we’re all much saner than previously thought.