Learning to feel and think positively is a highly profitable investment to overcome pessimism and live healthy and happy.
In this book, psychiatrist Luis Rojas Marcos details the ingredients that distinguish the optimistic from the pessimistic disposition. He explores the forces that forge our temperament, identifies the most damagin poison to optimism, describes strategies to promote a positive disposition, and examines the influence of optimism in relationships, health and work. He ends with an analysis of the most valuable quality of our optimism: its enormous and proven usefulness in dealing with adversity in life.
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Luis ROJAS MARCOS moved to New York where he specialized in Psychiatry and received a PhD in Medical Sciences. In 1992, he was appointed Head of the New York Municipal Services of Mental Health, Alcoholism and Drugs. He was Head of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation from 1995 to February 2002. He is currently Professor of Psychiatry at New York University (NYU) and a member of the New York Academy of Medicine.
He is the author of 20 books, with +300,000 copies sold.