Researchers are finding that positive thoughts, the hallmarks of people sometimes called “cockeyed optimists,” can not only raise one’s spirits, but may also improve health and extend life.
Researchers are finding that positive thoughts, the hallmarks of people sometimes called “cockeyed optimists,” can not only raise one’s spirits, but may also improve health and extend life. PAUL ROGERS NYT
Researchers are finding that positive thoughts, the hallmarks of people sometimes called “cockeyed optimists,” can not only raise one’s spirits, but may also improve health and extend life. PAUL ROGERS NYT

turning negative thinkers into positive ones

May 09, 2017 03:41 PM