Here's one that popped into my inbox just this morning:
One way to help your children develop Realistic Optimism (seeing the good without denying the bad...and choosing to focus on the positive aspects of a situation, while still learning from, and accepting, the negative aspects) is to help them notice the good in the world around them. You can make a "Good News" poster or bulletin board, where you and your children post newspaper clippings, photographs, or a written description of good news stories you hear (e.g., acts of kindness, successes, moments of joy, etc.). By teaching your children to notice goodness, you will help them value goodness and they will learn to be on the lookout for it.
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