Authors: Barbara L. Fredrickson,
Barbara L. Fredrickson reveals that each person has their own source of positivity. In this book, she shows you how you can discover that source and make the most of it. She claims that positivity is the secret to healthier relationships in your personal life and at work. It is also a cure for depression and can give you a truly happier life.
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