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But the examples also seem overly simple. Cognitive and emotional reactions to daily events: Otpimismo result of that was to cause me to think, “good thing I don’t think like that! Del Optimismo Explicativo al Disposicional: Do they ruminate even more than working mothers? You could skip the whole rest of the book, but Chapter There are three chapters teaching how to do just that, with one chapter focusing specifically on how to teach children those same skills.

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The writing can be a tad dry, but it is still readable. In sports, in politics, in any other areas.

And when the stuff that sold books started to get promoted on PBS channels as if it were Holy Writ, well, I exited, growling. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. He says that he does not espouse Dr. Mxrtin our Spring Fiction Sampler Now.

Oct 29, Pages Buy. I look at it like the whole nature vs. A quick note on when I read when I have a busy schedule: Page 1 of 1 Start Over Page 1 of 1. Seligman promotes the proposition that optimism otimismo generally but not always better than pessimism, which can lead optimiemo depression. No trivia or quizzes yet. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. In all fairness, he does write a little bit about the problem of a lack of personal responsibility today and how he has no interest in personally endorsing this kind of psychology.



Anyone in need of an attitude adjustment as I was when I picked up this book will benefit from knowing that how you view good and bad events can have a big impact on how effectively you deal with the normal ups and downs of life. I thought I was more of a realist but found I’m actually a major pessimist.

The book is written from a secular psychologist’s perspective, so the author is not always correct, particularly in repeatedly attributing human behavior to evolution.

And as I agree with him that depression will be the thing to beat for future generations, I can’t wait to read his “The Optimistic Child: I enjoyed the insights the author provided into the history of learned helplessness theory, as well as bits and pieces about the beginnings of cognitive behavioral therapy.

I thought it oversimplified and generalized a bit too much. Turns out it’s much more than that in the subtleties of explaining things and other people’s actions. Three chapters re-iterating the same approach.

Simple ideas really are the most helpful. Though isn’t that what psychiatric practice is built upon? Learned Optimism discusses optimism and how to change from being a pessimistic person to an optimistic person.

If you struggle with any sort ssligman depression or ineffectiveness, I recommend you give those first few pages a read. This version of “pessimism” felt more like the realism that he refers to a construct of pessimism later in the book, and the message that this book leaves the reader with is one that is much more “take what you can from this” than a prescriptive case for increasing optimism at all costs.


Page 1 1 Start over Page 1 1. Open Preview See a Problem? Optimists see the world f Anyone in need of an attitude adjustment as I was when I picked up this book will benefit from knowing that how you view good and bad events can have a big impact on how effectively you deal with the normal ups and downs of life. Page 1 of 1 Start Over Page 1 of 1.

Here optiismo dog is given an electrical shock that it can easily escape by jumping over a low barrier. I had to sacrifice some important gym time to finish this book, but I needed it.


Apeendido the insights here are really valuable. Only towards the end of the book does he seem to write more about the perils of optimism with a brief section in the middle regarding depressives having a more accurate memory and owning up much more readily to both their failures and their successes rather than the optimists who tend to look upon the past through rose-colored glasses.

Peale and Dale Carnegie about thinking positively, making friends, influencing people, stopping worrying, starting living. The next day Bloop cashed in his life insurance policy and started manufacturing toupees and is now President of a billion dollar rug company! We are experiencing technical difficulties. The author put too much stock into optimism as a force of change. Reframing the “why” when bad things happen not neces Reads apreendido bit like a textbook.

See, I feel better already.