Do you know what the secret to a beautiful life is?
It's not sunshine and rainbows, it's not fame and fortune, it's not a super-sized mansion with golden gates that opens up to reveal an all-you-can-eat buffet of happiness.
No, it's just one thing: negativity.
NEGATIVITY IS THE GREATEST THREAT TO LOVE AND HAPPINESS.
It's like your worst enemy. It can strangle love in its crib and make you feel sad about the whole world when you wake up in the morning. If you were to ask me how I spend my days, I'd say "battling negativity." And if you want to know why this happens? It's simple: negativity exists everywhere, in your friends, family members, coworkers, and even strangers on the street!
Inner negativity is so much more than just a bad mood or the occasional grumpy tweet. It can be a constant, nagging voice that tells you that your life is not good enough, or it can be the result of other people's negative comments about you.
It's easy to think that inner negativity is just part of life—the way things are and always will be. But there's a lot you can do to change your situation and improve your life!
What's the secret to removing your inner negativity? It's really simple: Just stop talking about it.
It sounds like stupid, but it's not just about stopping negative conversations. I mean refraining from bringing up whatever's bothering you in the first place. Even if someone asks you directly about something negative, don't respond with "I'm fine!" or "I don't care." Instead, say something like "Can we talk about this later?" or "I'm too busy right now."
This is important because it'll help you avoid having those conversations altogether. And once you've stopped talking about it and gotten over whatever issues are on your mind, then... voila! You're free of negativity! See? Simple as that!
Negativity can be a real drag, especially when it's in your head.
You might think that all you have to do is "not think about it," and then it will go away—but that's not true. The more you try to push away your negativity, the stronger it gets—and eventually, it might even become positive again!
Remember: If you're only trying to avoid thinking about something, then what are you going for? You're just trying to get rid of the negative emotion attached to that thought or memory. But if you do want to transform a negative thought or memory into something positive (and actually change how you feel about that thing), then there are some things you can do:
1) Look at the bright side.
2) Ask yourself why you're feeling this way.
3) Take a deep breath and relax.
4) Watch an interesting video on YouTube.
5) Write down 5 things that make you happy right now and accordingly do whatever pleases your mind at that moment.
So the most important thing you can do to remove negativity from your life is to focus on the positive. You might think that this sounds easy, but it's not—especially if you've been living with negativity for a long time. Negativity can sneak up on you and take over your brain, making it hard for you to think about anything else.
The most important step in removing negativity from your life is to make sure that you're taking care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally every day. Then, every time something negative happens (but not every time!), refocus on something else. For example: "I'm going to focus on how much I love my kids."
This strategy works because it helps train your brain to be more positive by exposing it to new experiences and situations throughout the day.
Don't get stuck on one negative person! People are going to have different opinions and different perspectives on things like that everyone has an opinion! If every single person around you is always complaining about something (or everyone), then maybe it's time for a change of scenery!
So why not just get rid of it? And here's what I have to say: if we all committed today to never be negative again (no matter what), then maybe tomorrow would be better than today!
Thanks for reading!