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Positive Thinking Part 3: The Habits Of Positive People.

Positive Thinking part 3: The habits of positive people.

Part 3: The Habits of Positive People.

We’ve all met them, those glass always half full people. But, how e do look on the brightside of life? Follow these top tips to make your way to a positive lifestyle.

1️⃣ Positive people don’t quit… they know when to let go!
Instead of hanging onto bad habits and negative thoughts or situations that aren’t healthy they know their worth and simply move on, push those ideas and feelings aside… move towards happiness.

2️⃣ Positive people don’t have good days… they create good days!
Sounds cheesy right? Waiting for happiness and thing things to come won’t work, be proactive. Positive people are actively involved in creating a better outcome for their day.

3️⃣ Positive people leave the past right there.. in the past. We can learn from the past and enjoy happy memories, but concentrate on the here and now. Don’t let past experiences limit you and your possibilities.

4️⃣ Positive people are empowered. While it is easy to be the victim and blame other people… take charge! Positive people will seek support, and identify when they cannot change things and move on from those situations.

5️⃣ Let go of Fear. Positive people don’t let fear rule their daily lives. Fear pulls us back, inhibits our ability to enjoy things by thinking of the “what ifs..” This comes from a strong mental resilience.

While it is easy to type all of these things out, it can be hard to adopt these idealisms. Take one at a time, every situation you’re in think… “What would a positive person do?” and try at least one of these habits every day and soon you’ll be doing it every day!

And if in doubt… smile!

💗 Remember! Tomorrow is another day and you’re a wonderful person.

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My name is Stacey Miller and I have 20 years professional experience in the field of substance misuse, mental health and domestic abuse working with all sectors to upskill their staff.
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