According to Martin Seligman, an expert in Positive Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, one of the main processes by which we develop a depressive thinking style as children is by a tendency to explain negative events as : PERMANENT (i.e. not something that is transient and will pass). PERVASIVE (i.e. generalizing. For example, failing … Continue reading How We Develop A Depressive Thinking Style As Children : The 3P Theory.
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