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This book approaches both clinical and self-help audiences. I am interested in Hope for a research project, and this is why I read it. It is focused a lot of children's issues and how Hope applies to children.
Dr Snyder differentiates will power and way power in hope. That makes sense. He shows the correlations of hope with many positive factors. I agree with him that hope is more than optimism, which sounds like blaming others. Hope looks forward. Teaching hope is difficult. I like some ideas dr. Snyder presents, but some are bit too easy. A well-eritten book on difficult topic.