Hope is the thing with feathers.That perches in the soul. And sings the tune without the words. And never stops at all.
Emily Dickinson

Towards A Psychology of Hope

Towards A Psychology of Hope

Aug 5, 2014-- Hope is among the strongest human emotions. Research shows it's good for our physical and emotional well being. And it's often the 'thread' that pulls us through. Traditionally hope has been thought to be one of those things that you either have...or, you don't. But, what if hope can be learned? According to Anthony Scioli, a professor of psychology and author of The Power of Hope, this human emotion may have a much greater impact than we ever knew. Read on to learn more. (44752 reads)


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