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Reframe Your Thoughts

Reframe Your Thoughts

If the thought of 'not being good enough' pops into your head you may be thinking how bad you are. However, if the same thought occurs, you can reframe the statement to change your perspective on it.

For example: - 'I am not good enough'

  • Typical Negative thought - 'I will never be good at this!'
  • Reframing the thought - 'Hmm, it seems I am not good at my work, what can I do to change this?'

Reframing changes the way you see a problem, which allows a better chance in finding a resolution.

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Meditation Combats Negativity

Meditation Combats Negativity

Research shows meditation significantly reduces the amount of negative thoughts.

The research also showed people who mindfully meditated saw the most benefits. To mindfully meditate:

  • Direct your attention inwardly.
  • Notice thoughts, emotions and...

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Gratitude Kills Negativity

Gratitude Kills Negativity

Gratitude has been called as a 'natural antideressant'

Studies on gratitude are linked with increase feeling of long last happiness and contentment.

Gratitude has also been linked with:

  • Better sleep
  • Builds emotional awareness
  • Promotes physical healt...

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Challenge Your Thoughts

Challenge Your Thoughts

A study revealed that dwelling on negative life events can result in mental health problems. However, the study indicated that rather than the events itself, its how we think about those events, that shapes our psychologyical well-being.

First, understand what negative tho...

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Why Stop Negative Thinking?

Why Stop Negative Thinking?

Your mind has a tendency to think of the negative due a variety of reasons, one being the negativity bias. This is where the negative things in life, have a greater effect on us than positives things.

If left unchecked, negativity can cause a whole host of problem...

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What it Means to Change Your Perspective

The definition of perspective is “a particular attitude toward or way of regarding something.” In other words, your perspective is your point of view. It’s the lens through which you see the world. When it comes to changing your life for the better, changing your perspective is key.

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