“We become what we think about all day long.”—Ralph Waldo Emerson
So what “sets up camp” in your mind every day? Is it something good or something not so good? We all experience negative thoughts daily. But how do you turn that frown upside down?
In 1952 a book was published titled “The Power of Positive Thinking”. According to PsychologyToday, the author of the book said “the secret is to fill your mind with thoughts of faith, confidence and security. This will force out or expel all thoughts of doubt, all lack of confidence.” I think this equates as well to the negative people around us. We need to ditch those negative thoughts and negative people in our lives.
According to the Mayo Clinic, positive thinking can result in “increased life span, lower rates of depression, lower levels of distress, resistance to the common
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