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Negative thoughts are natural

Negative thoughts are natural

  • People live not only in the physical world, but also in an inner world made up of their thoughts and feelings.
  • Some people are more prone to negative emotions. This is called "dispositional negativity."
  • There are ways people can begin to change their disposition to negativity, such as by approaching their minds with acceptance and compassion.

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