Updated: Apr 12
Positive thinking reduces the likelihood of developing mental health conditions such as hypertension, depression and other stress-related disorders.
You can define positive thinking as positive imagery, positive self-talk or general optimism. If you want to be effective in thinking and being more positive, you’ll need concrete tips and examples to help you through the process. So, let's approach this one tip at a time. To further expand your positive mindset, take the 21 Day Mental Challenge.
Let's quickly review our tips.
Tip1: Start the day with positive affirmation.
Allow yourself to experience humor in even the darkest or most trying situations. Remind yourself that this situation will probably make for a good story later and try to crack a joke about it. Say you’re laid off; imagine the most absurd way you could spend your last day at work, or the most ridiculous job you could pursue next—like kangaroo handler or bubblegum sculptor. A happy heart is like medicine according to Proverbs. Find humor today! Be happy! Stay positive!
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