@Josie- In a relationship, a growth mindset would be most beneficial because it would allow you to learn to find happiness for both people, by growing into someone who understands the needs of others.
@Sage- There can be other types of mindsets that are significantly more than one mindset or somewhere in between the two mindsets. Different minds act and grow differently, creating a "mixed" mindset.
@Schmidt- Yes, peer pressure can definitely influence someone's mindset because it alters your own decisions, and can alter future decisions. These decisions could be the difference between growing as a person, or accepting your current status.
@Josh- Yes, people with a growth mindset definitely do overcome more adversity because they have to learn to deal with failure rather than ignore it. Also, people with growth mindsets seem to encounter more success along their path, and have to learn to celebrate the success of others in order to enjoy their own.
@Class- Do you think that the success of one person always causes failure for another person?