7 TYPES OF NEGATIVITY TO KILL AT THE START OF THE WEEK ?
You make think that a disease or illness are the reasons for your tired body or prolonged aches, but have you ever thought that thinking negatively could be the reason? Negativity affects more than just your health and mental health. In fact, doctors have found that people with high levels of negativity are more likely to recover from sickness much slower than those with a positive mindset.
In the same way that negative thoughts create neural pathways in the brain, positive self-talk and reinforcement can also become a habit. Research suggests that happiness and optimism are more of a choice than influenced by circumstance.
Useful resource – TED Talks video: A simple trick to improve positive thinking
According to social psychologist Alison Ledgerwood, our perception of the world tends to lean negative, and reframing how we communicate could be the key to unlocking a more positive outlook. In this sharp talk, Ledgerwood shares a simple trick for kicking negative thinking to the curb so we can start focusing on the upside.