Positivity, Positive Thinking & Freeing Yourself From Struggle
Why Should We All Try Living In A World Of Positivity?
Positivity is key to building an amazing life but when we think of the word “positivity,” what comes to mind?
Is it someone beaming from ear to ear, bouncing from failure to failure with unbridled enthusiasm?
Or when we think about “What is a positive attitude”, and why should you have one what comes to mind?
Its ture that having a positive outlook on life is a huge boost to not just your personal health, but also your relationships, career prospects and lifestyle.
It helps you cope with stress, sadness and other difficulties in the easiest way possible.
In this blog post, I will explain these questions and more.
Positivity is the state of being positive, confident or optimistic
Positive people are more likely to be successful, happy, healthy and attractive.
In fact, there have been many studies which show that positive thinking can have a direct effect on your physical health.
A study published in the American Journal of Public Health found that positive thinking improves immune function, reduces stress hormones and increases energy levels.
These findings may seem obvious to some but for those who suffer from negative thoughts or feelings of depression or anxiety it can be difficult to think positively about anything from their perspective.
If you’re one of these people then its really hard to start seeing the light when their is so much darkness around but it can be done.
Start with starting each day by writing down just one think that you are grateful for in life. It doesn’t have to be amazing but it starts the ball rolling and gets you thinking positively.
So it could be that you have two more episodes to enjoy of your favourite programme on Netflix.
It could be that the milk was really cold and refreshing on your morning cereal.
Positivity can be found everywhere if you are looking closely enough.
Positive thinking is a mental attitude in which you expect good and favorable results.
Most of our struggles in life come to us as we dont get the results that we were hoping for or expected.
But perhaps we were never going to get those results and they were never supposed to be part of our story.
Its liberating to think with positivity as you will never get bad results, you just get the “Ok it is what it is” results.
But what more can having a positive outlook bring into our lives?
Positive thinking helps you to be more confident because it gives the mind hope that anything is possible if we put in the effort and work hard enough.
Positive thinking helps you to be more optimistic because it allows us to see all of the possibilities in any situation or circumstance.
Positive thinking helps us to have a positive emotional outlook on life, even though there may be challenging times ahead of us.
Being optimistic allows us to look at what is happening in our lives through new eyes which then enables us to find solutions rather than dwelling on our problems (which results in negative emotions).
Positive thinking also gives us motivation because we know that no matter what happens there’s always something good out there waiting for us; it might take some time but eventually we will find our way back onto track again! This is why I believe everyone needs positivity – not only for themselves but for others too!
We need people who are willing and able share their experiences with others who might not understand how certain things work yet – someone else’s knowledge can really help someone else better understand what’s going on around them!
Positive people are sometimes more capable of handling stress and difficult situations than negative people.
Some studies show that positive thinking can help you cope with stress and difficult situations.
For example, a study by researchers at the University of North Carolina found that students who were taught how to reframe their thoughts were less likely to feel stressed or depressed when they were experiencing problems in their lives.
Another study conducted by researchers at the University of California found that people who had low levels of self-esteem and high levels of anxiety reported feeling less stressed after taking part in a positive thinking exercise.
However, another group that did not participate in this exercise did not report feeling any less stressed than before.
This suggests that positive thinking may be beneficial for reducing stress—but only if you already have low self-esteem or experience high levels of anxiety.
Conclusion To Positivity
If you’ve been struggling with negative thoughts and emotions, it may be time to adopt a more positive mindset.
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