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Today saw my 101st post on on singlesessiontherapy.com (this in number 102). Since I launched this blog on 8th September subscriber numbers have steadily grown, and it has started a few tributary conversations.

Thanks to everyone who has shown interest and given me encouragement by re-tweeting or re-posting my items. I’ll keep them coming and there will be more free add-ons coming for subscribers to my blog, in the next couple of months.

More news on these later. I’ll just say that they’ll be practical, useful, exclusive, and free to subscribers, so stay with it and encourage others to do the same. My aim is simply to reach as many people as possible and touch them in some way.

I’ll keep you posted as events unfold, in the meantime, I hope this blog continue to interest, inform, arouse, prompt, inspire, jiggle, shake up, trouble, entertain…or whatever, you.

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Selective Optimism for Pessimists

optimism for pessimists

There are advantages to optimism that are worth considering, but some people are put off because they don’t want to be disloyal to negativity.

Optimism and pessimism are generally seen as opposites, but that doesn’t mean they are mutually exclusive; learning optimism does not mean abandoning negativity. If that is what turns you on, stick with it.

If you tend towards a pessimistic outlook, how about learning selective optimism? That way you can get the benefits and still be true to your negativity.

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Work-life happiness

There’s life and there’s the job, right? Wrong. Instead of treating work and home as disjointed parts of the same existence, Anna Tims suggests a change in perception rather than a change in circumstances, and so re-infuse our lives with greater purpose and fulfilment. Work is not necessarily the enemy if it is managed correctly, and it can all be achieved without you having to trek through rain forests, climb a mountain or wear sackcloth.

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