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Half Empty, Half Full By Susan Vaughan

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A research psychoanalyst challenges the idea that optimism is genetic, arguing instead that experiences in the first three years of life often shape the neural pathways in the brain.

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Half Empty, Half Full by Susan Vaughan

How do you see the glass: half empty, or half full?; A bestselling psychiatrist explains how to achieve optimism; Proven processes to fool your brain into looking on the bright side; Ever wondered why some people always look on the bright side of life? Susan Vaughan, an acclaimed psychoanalyst and assistant professor of psychiatry at Columbia University, identifies and reveals the specific character traits that produce highly hopeful individuals and how all of us can 'learn' them.

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"With so many books on depression, it's refreshing to see one on optimism. Putting theory into practice, this will help many readers"

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Half Empty, Half Full by Susan Vaughan
Susan Vaughan
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Roundhouse Publishing Ltd
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