Psychology Today Cites Landmark Education on Adding Negative Meaning to Events

May 8, 2012

A recent column in Psychology Today acknowledges Landmark Education for its ideas around the phenomenon of disappointment. The article asserts that disappointment is the result of an unmet expectation, and that both the upset that people experience and their difficulty in dealing with a situation is simply because of the negative meaning added to whatever actually happened.

The article then offers several ideas for dealing with disappointment – read Mark Goulston’s whole column at Psychology Today for more details.

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