Authors: Martin E.P. Seligman,
Seligman provides profound insight into the cognition behind optimism. His strategies are suitable for readers of all jobs and ages. They will help you re-instil faith in yourself, and provide remarkable benefits such as a better immune system, a way to combat depression and overall, a happy and fulfilling life.
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