We all know about the famous half-empty or half-filled glass experiment and that the person who sees the glass half-filled is an optimist. Optimism has become a universally accepted concept and we all unitedly agree that we should be optimistic in every facet of our life. No matter how difficult things get, always be positive and believe that you will achieve your goals - whether it is about getting that dream job, fixing a broken relationship or buying that million-dollar house.
Often when things don’t go our way, we lose hope and start feeling pessimistic. But, you know what, sometimes, it is fine. Being positive and optimistic is not always the best thing to do, and more often than you think, it could be highly impractical. Wondering how? Well, read on.