It's important to choose the people you surround yourself with, and to ensure that they bring out the best in you, that they lift you up in difficult moments and are a positive force in your life.
Negative people are toxic, and and can mold and inform your outlook on life, and how you see yourself.
Life is short, surround yourself with people who are positive, and inspire you to be the best version of yourself.
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Do not wait for a major milestone for celebrations: Did you hit a deadline? Go to the gym? Complete everything on your to-do list? Finally do something you have been putting off for a long time?
These are all small, every day causes for celebration. Life is not about major moments, it is about your every day, and if you do not take a moment to celebrate your every day accomplishments and joys in life, you're only savoring a small, small fraction of your life, and that is no way to live.
One of the most unproductive ways to deal with a difficult situation is to come down hard on yourself.
You are the person you spend the most time with, you need to build yourself up and treat yourself well— the way you would treat a loved one.
You need to surround yourself with positive people, but you will never be truly happy and content unless you can manage your negative self-talk, and produce your own positive energy.
One of the fastest ways to feel better about yourself and to produce instant positivity is to do something nice for someone.
Doing some good will always make you feel better, and help reassure you that everything is going to be all right.
One way to manage negative thoughts and replace them with positive ones is to practice gratitude.
Practicing gratitude never fails to provide and cut dry dose of perspective.What ultimately matters most in life is not what happens, but how you react to it.
The first step in approaching a negative situation with an optimistic outlook is to accept what you can’t change.
Once you’ve done that, you have 2 options: reframe ( look for an opportunity instead of ruminating on the loss ) or divert (shift your focus to something else).
The "science of happiness" was born as a result of Martin Seligman's (the father of positive psychology) endeavour to approach psychology beyond the idea of restoring normality in individuals and to look at happiness and contentment as ways to not only restore normality, but also to prevent and protect as well as potentially cure.
Positive psychology has three main areas: Generation of both short and long term healthy pleasures, joy obtained through the connection with others and happiness that comes from a meaningful life.
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