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4. Be Mindful of Your Thinking

4. Be Mindful of Your Thinking

Negative thoughts pop into all of our minds. It is a natural thing for the brain to do as it is designed to protect us from risk. 

Always evaluate whether you actually believe those thoughts and start thinking about the positive outcomes. 


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