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Studies show that positive thinking reduces stress, anxiety, boosts mood, and correlates with greater heart health.
Looking for the upside in every situation is entirely within your control. It is a skill that is wise to practice.
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An intimidating project can sometimes make you feel like you can't see your way through it.
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When you feel anxious about the days ahead, it might be because there's a daunting task or conversation.
If you're feeling this way, try to pinpoint the source of the stress. Maybe you're running behind schedule, or you made a social plan you wish you hadn't. Once ...
Sometimes we feel that we are out of solutions to the problem we face. However, uncertainty may be the launching pad for creativity.
When you feel stuck, try to tell yourself that being stuck is a good place to help you generate a lot of ideas. Even if your list of ideas feels crazy, t...
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Research suggests that happiness and optimism influence positive life outcomes as much as it is a byproduct.
In a study, enthusiastic, cheerful people experienced less memory decline with age. A positive outlook boosts immune responses while reducing the likelihood of ...
...to counteract that ask yourself better questions.
Questions that will help you to feel better but also to learn so you can grow.
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When you think about your life, it is quite possible that you mind is playing tricks on you that can distort your view.
Cognitive distortions—where your mind puts a ‘spin’ on the events you see and attaches a not-so-objective interpretation to what you experience—happen all the tim...
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