Collective pessimism is bad for our health. But here's how you can temper it.

Author:
Natasha Moore
Date:
May 10, 2021
Type:
We can always be negative when looking at what is happening in the world. Pessimism can impact our health and even life expectancy. Natasha Moore with ABC News gives ideas to combat personal and cultural pessimism.

""Oh, there's plenty of hope," the novelist Franz Kafka once responded to a question about the future. "An infinite amount of hope — but not for us." That conversation took place in 1920. A century on, well, it's 2020, innit. We hear you, Franz..."

Source: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-09-27/collective-pessimism-bad-for-health-how-to-temper-it/12697224

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