The Power of Positive Thinking
Is the glass half empty or half full? In these hard times many people spend much of their lives reflecting on worries due to circumstances that are out of one’s control. There are some real economic, personal and health benefits for monitoring personal levels of stress. I believe that embracing the present rather than causing unnecessary worries can help in managing stress. An optimistic outlook on life can truly give a person a better, healthier and greater wellbeing. I am an advocate for optimistic thinking. However, despite negative obstacles that I had to overcome at a young age, I never enabled these problems to hinder my objective in life. I was forced to be self aware and not let the little things blind me in negativity. Throughout life I have always tried to practice and preach to my friends how positive thinking can change a person's life. From fighting depression to just wanting to live a stress free life day by day. Changing the way I approach situations has changed my life for the better. Many psychologists believe if a person truly thinks that they are better they will significantly show improvement due to the expectation and belief that he or she is going to improve. I agree with the saying “life is what you make it”. People can create positive energy. There are a number of things a person can do to enhance their overall well being such as, yoga, meditation, and spiritual practices. Also, I agree that we are as good as the company we keep. A person can achieve personal gratification through optimistic thinking and surrounding themselves in a positive environment with others who share in the same outlook. In my opinion, we have the power to control how we perceive negative situations by the way we choose to process the information. Thus, optimistic people view things as possible and see themselves in control. As a result, they are more likely to be successful, have more confidence and self worth. On...
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