I’ve been working on this one pretty regularly. I made a pact with myself that I’d only write positive things in my journal – because I used to use it to complain or feel sorry about things. So now, it’s true it doesn’t make as interesting reading, but it doesn’t bring me down. A lot of times, I end up making lists – things that make things better etc. as a kind of ‘action plan’ for the next day, and that really lifts my mood. 5 years ago
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If anyone has any advice to think with a positive mind, please feel free to give it. 7 years ago
This is one of the hardest things to do. I am very critical, picky, and a perfectionist. It is hard to see things as “a glass half full” rather than a “glass half empty”. I think that I need to improve step by step. If anyone has any advice to think with a positive mind, please feel free to give it. I think, that whenever I think something negatively or wrong, I will ask myself, “what good is coming out of this?” or “why did this happen that will make things better?”. For example, if I didn’t sleep well, instead of complaining, I should tell myself that it helped me to appreciate healthful sleep, and the nice bed and roof I have. 7 years ago