Optimism is a tendency to expect the best possible outcome or dwell
on the most hopeful aspects of a situation.
The belief that the universe is improving and that good will ultimately triumph over evil.
Pessimism is a tendency to stress the negative or unfavorable or to take the gloomiest possible view. The doctrine or belief that the evil in the world outweighs the good.
[ 0-10] Heightened indulgence and psychological skills that facilitate adaptation to difficulties.
[11-25] Optimistic relation to life. Indulgence and psychological skills that facilitate adaptation to difficulties.
[26-40] More of an optimistic than pessimistic relation to life. But the impacts of destiny can change this optimism.
[41-60] Reasonably skeptical relation to life. Neither hopeless pessimism, nor iridescent optimism is characteristic of such a person.
[61-75] Skeptical relation to life. More pessimistic than optimistic. A person acutely feels the impacts of destiny on him/herself.
[76-90] Pessimistic relation to life. The person feels doomed and does not expect anything good from the future. A feeling of hopelessness is common.
[91-99] Irreparably pessimistic relation to life. The person feels doomed, often dissatisfied, hopeless and lonely.