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Pessimistic attitude

Pessimistic attitude

We all have heard of the phrase that does not let negative attitude ruin your life. 

But negative attitude and pessimism are now a widespread problem. Pessimism is when you think that things will go wrong or will not go according to your plans. 

This leads to depression and unwanted stress.

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