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What Is A "Pollyanna" View Of Life? Even until quite recently, this term was often used to describe someone who was, perhaps foolishly, very optimistic. It comes from American author Eleanor H Porter's 1913 novel of the same name, which was a bestseller for many years. Pollyanna is an orphan, sent to live with her stern and humourless Aunt Polly.What is a Pollyanna personality?
The Pollyanna principle (also called Pollyannaism or positivity bias) is the tendency for people to remember pleasant items more accurately than unpleasant ones. Research indicates that at the subconscious level, the mind has a tendency to focus on the optimistic; while at the conscious level, it has a tendency to focus on the negative.What is a Pollyanna relationship?
Related to Pollyanna principle: pollyannaish. A posture in a doctor-patient relationship, in which the doctor—‘Pollyanna’—wears a facade of joviality and exudes unrealistic optimism in the face of terminal illness, disregarding the anxiety experienced by the patient.