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The 7 Biggest Myths About Positive Thinking (NEW BOOK)

Positive thinking is at once the most influential and maligned philosophy in American life. The positive-thinking outlook, which grew out of New England mental-healing experiments in the mid-nineteenth century, extols one key principle: thoughts are causative.
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