Couéism

Couéism

[koo-ey-iz-uhm, koo-ey-iz-]
noun
a method of self-help stressing autosuggestion, popular especially in the U.S. c1920 and featuring the slogan “Day by day in every way I am getting better and better.”

Origin:
1920–25; < French couéisme. See Coué, -ism

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Coué (French kue)
 
n
Émile (emil). 1857--1926, French psychologist and pharmacist: advocated psychotherapy by autosuggestion
 
Couéism
 
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