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Positive Thinking – Requires Good Vibes Communication


Positive thinking is not about the absence of negative thoughts. It is about the intuition of one believing that “this too shall pass” when thoughts, people, things, experiences, and circumstances become part of your life that are considered “bad”.

This year, this pandemic, this phenomenon, and what we are currently facing – is  I come to read Norman Vincent Peale’s book The Power of Positive Thinking. Even though it was written in 1952 and it seems ages when we are in the year 2020, the principles taught don’t age. The lesson and wisdom transcend up to this years. The benefits you’ll learn from this book will be the reason why to will be adding this to your reading list or as a Christmas present this coming December.

Of course, I almost forgot to mention that I am a huge fan of Helene Hadsell, her winning wisdom urges me to reprint his work: Contesting: The Name It & Claim It Game

But this question remains: How Do You Change Your Negative Thoughts?

Well, it is by far that every one of us has its own character that we portray. We have our flaws and goodness within ourselves. However, these flaws usually become negative thoughts that contribute anxiety to our community and most of all within our family.

The key to changing your negative thoughts is to absorb and understand how you think now (and the outcome) and then utilize some approach in order to change those thoughts or make them have less effect. Usually, these steps are being achieved through the help of a therapist, but they can also be used as part of a ​self-help effort toward overcoming social anxiety.


The best way to maintain the good vibes is to communicate with liveliness and looking at the brighter side of any situation. If you are struggling with negative thought patterns and it’s affecting your daily lives and behaviour, then consider talking to professional. It is a fact that we have difficulty sharing those thoughts with someone we know, it might help-seeking a therapist that can assess your negative thinking and help you create a healthier inner and positive dialogue.



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