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How to Change Your Negative Thoughts into Positive?

Change Your Negative Thoughts into Positive

Your thoughts create your life, and what you say affects your energy and mental complex.

Getting upset about things you did or not, tells you that you are not good enough? If you do this very often, your self-esteem decreases and you find it more difficult to find the motivation to follow your dreams and ambitions. Because your thoughts create your life, and what you say affects your energy and mental complex. That is why experts advise you to remove these four phrases from your daily vocabulary as soon as possible. Make sure you get in touch with us today to learn more.

Change Your Negative Thoughts into Positive

Say sorry too much – It’s good to apologize when you hurt someone’s feelings, but considers whether you use this word too many times and when you do not have to? For example: “Sorry, can you help me with this?” Say “Please,” instead of “Sorry”. For example: “Please, give it to me”. In this way, you gradually change the image of yourself, get more confidence, and stop apologizing for everything you do or say.

You should – As soon as you say “I should have done this” or “I really should start eating healthier food,” you’re condemning yourself and others. Although this statement seems to be true at the time, your or your environment’s expectations often lead to disappointment. Since you do not have any control over the selection of other people, the term “should” will be directed to you on defense rather than on the solution and affect your self-esteem and security. Just say, “I’ll do this” or “I’ll be healthier”.

I will try – When you “try” to do something, it shows that some part of you does not believe that you are able to do it. It can be on the subconscious level, but this suspicion can block you in achieving your goals. If you really believe in something and if you really believe in yourself, your statements must be more direct: “I will do it” or “I will do my best”.

Bad – This word is often used in connection with food and habits, “eating ice cream is bad” or “it’s bad, I did not exercise this week.” When you label yourself as “bad” for doing something or not, it diminishes your self-esteem. When you call something “bad”, it causes you to feel guilty and makes you punish yourself. The fact that you ate ice cream does not mean that you are a bad person, so why then punish yourself? If you know that ice cream is not the best choice for you, but you want to eat it, admit it and celebrate it, do not punish yourself! Feel free to enjoy and think positively about this experience, instead of being ashamed of it! You are just a human being and no one should expect from you to be perfect.

Lyle V. Hensley

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