Psychology of Hope: You Can Get Here from There
Why do some people lead positive, hope-filled lives, while others wallow in pessimism? In The Psychology of Hope, a professor of psychology reveals the specific character traits that produce highly hopeful individuals. He offers a test to measure one's level of optimism and gives specific advice on how to become a more hopeful person.
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Chapter Two Measuring Hope
Chapter Three The Development of Hope
Chapter Four The Death of Hope
Chapter Five Nurturing Hope in Children
Chapter Six Kindling Hope in Adults
Chapter Seven Hope For Relationships and Vice Versa
Appendix A Books to Help Children with Scholastic Athletic and Social Skills
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