I disagree with it because it's taking a purely optimistic view on everything.
With that said, I do try to weigh both sides to everything or try to always consider the opposite take on something.
I like to be accepting of both pros & cons where it is applicable to do so.
For instance, I always tell myself that I would use lethal force to protect my loved-ones if it came down to it. In that scenario, I would accept that I am committing a sin (not religious; I just don't agree with taking life) but that I'd be doing it to save my cherished persons. In other words, I'm accepting that what I'm doing is a bad thing but I'm doing it for my own good. I'm being selfish but it's my choice. The good
would be protecting my loved-ones but that alone doesn't mean I should disregard the negative implications or consequences. The fact remains I did something bad and I have to live with that.
With the notion that I should see the good in everything---it's almost like meeting yourself half-way on things that are naturally not deemed to benefit anything.
I'm a very hopeful person but I'm not always positive.
I guess it's a way of coping with things but it's enabling delusion, for me. I see things for what they are.
I didn't take the opportunities I was given before for many things. That was on me. I don't see any positives to letting my crush get on with my clone. I don't see any positive to having SA affect my personal growth, career growth, etc.
I could have found love, I could have had friends, and I could have done better to my folks/family. The fact remains that I didn't. No pish-posh psyche corrective is going to change that.