You can look at this from a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty
perspective - and for us it's a glass-half-full," Volker TAaAaAeA rk, the U.
This strategy works well for the glass-half-empty
people in your life who always find something to complain about.
Those of a glass-half-empty
nature may be minded to mention the fact that the top two after 19 games last season failed to retain their place in the automatic positions or, for that matter, win promotion.
Are you a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty
kind of person?
The father of two told Interview magazine: "I have that glass-half-empty
syndrome, and it takes a great deal of effort to climb out of the hole of darkness I choose to live in mentally.
or you'll have a glass-half-empty
attitude to the 60,480 minutes ahead of you.
In a statement to Speed's inquest Carol had said her son was "a glass-half-empty
person, certainly no optimist".
Speed's mother, Carol, told the inquest her son was "always a glass-half-empty
person, certainly no optimist" and a "man of few words", while former England international Alan Shearer said his former Newcastle United teammate's death "still doesn't make sense to me".
brigade will surely point out that, in those past ten years, no team has retained its place in Division One/The Championship having occupied bottom spot at the mid-way mark.
crowd says the prediction of an abundance of new drugs the Project would surely yield has not materialized.
And a glass-half-empty
at t itude can mean your immune system will suffer.
Now, I'm usually a glass-half-empty
kind of guy, but lately I'm feeling a bit glass half full.
ARE you a glass-half-full or a glass-half-empty
kind of person?
But Batra, an economics professor who has written a number of glass-half-empty
books--such as The Great Depression of 1990 and The Crash of the Millennium--isn't exactly a Pollyanna.