According to bustle.com, there are ....
7 Ways to Look On The Bright Side & Be More Positive :"
(1) Rid Yourself Of Negative Thinkers. ...
(2) Share Positivity With Others. ...
(3) Search For The Silver Lining. ...
(4) Practice Gratitude. ...
(5) Separate Fact From Fiction. ...
(6) Pick A Positive Thought. ...
(7) Move More.
According to "Travis Bradberry, emotional intelligence and leadership writer, said it is important to separate fact from fiction when thinking about negative aspects of our lives in an article for Forbes. He recommend writing down exactly what you're thinking in order to evaluate its veracity."
Just do your best with the given resources you have for coping. You wont know unless you try. And although the times may be trying, that doesnt mean that you cant bounce back, and be a better or stronger person one day, more resilient to the daily stresses, thinking about life, where you see yourself in the future, as well as evaluate whos around you. Seems like a good time for writing and journaling, theres no better way to get to know yourself, than through writing. Tracking youre feelings and thoughts from day to day, can give you great insight into whats to come, what you value, and what living life means to you. Its a tough subject, the importance of discipline, when it comes to preserving our own humanity, and just as we want to live healthier happy lives, its easier said than done. Most of us, arent in relationships, most of us don't have steady jobs, and most of us are finishing degrees, waiting to go back out into the world, so what does that mean? When the economy suffers so do we, and that doesnt mean give up, it simply means to navigate with the times, and pick an appropriate course of action, when it comes to managing your life crisis. Nows a great time to reboot, stay sober, not do drugs, its you time, how to built a better you, and it starts with your thinking.
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