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Negativity can lead to sabotage behaviors

Negativity can lead to sabotage behaviors

It is very common for some people to view life situations quite negatively, in the belief that they are unlucky and thus lose great growth opportunities, developing a distorted concept about themselves.

When at a party, for example, someone arriving does not greet or even give your opinion in a group and do not get feedback, you tend to think that there is a problem or that you behave inappropriately. People with this profile develop a negative image about themselves, which prevents them from valuing themselves, leading to sabotaging behaviors.

Negative people end up accepting this way of being as something immutable, as if it were part of their personality, and do not take the initiative to look at themselves to try to understand what is really going on.

Pessimism ends up taking over your life and even when it comes across something cool, does not see it as deserved and gives no value.

Pessimism ends up taking over your life and, even when it comes to something cool, does not see it as deserved and gives no value. It ends up belittling his work, his actions, his ideas, even commenting with the other that his work is bad. There is a tendency to generalization and these people end up blaming themselves for everything that goes wrong.

They always expect something bad or unpleasant to happen, which will drive people away from their conviviality, since others get tired of living with it . It's as if nothing is enough. Nothing pleases. It does not satisfy.

It is fundamental that one can reevaluate the development process of these people, since each one interprets life situations differently. Those who process events in a positive way generally have a high self-esteem.

It is fundamental that one can reevaluate the process of development of these people, since each one interprets differently the situations of life.

The optimist tends to to see the events as opportunities for growth, evaluating the mistakes and correctness, which makes possible a positive self-concept. Even wrong, they move on, unlike the pessimist who sees obstacles as insurmountable.

When we cultivate positive ideas, we develop pleasant and motivating emotions. This attracts people who delight in their good humor and ability to turn bad situations into good ones.

We must choose our thoughts and emotions, learn to filter and behave optimistically, which will facilitate the sense of motivation, the striving for ideals and the cultivation of joy.

Everything becomes transformed when we assume that we can change what happens within us, and open to the new, allowing us to look at things more flexibly. By experiencing new thoughts about yourself, new possibilities open to you to seek happiness or even to face your difficulties with girth, good humor, and joy.

Developing healthy thoughts is a great way in this process, an exercise against thoughts intruders that only bring evil to the mind. Every time you realize that your answers are full of criticism or negativity, try changing the course of thought by replacing it with positive ideas, remembering pleasant and happy situations.

In life, everything is learning and we need to be open to the new , recreating concepts, because everything is possible, when it is allowed to change.


Asking for forgiveness can boost self-esteem and prevent illness

Asking for forgiveness can boost self-esteem and prevent illness

Deep grievances and grievances are also related to physical well-being. It is not by chance that much of the disease is linked to the accumulation of internal charges, insecurities, intransigence, selfishness, individualism and so many other negative feelings. This is the theory of the American psychologist Louise Hay, author of the bestseller You Can Heal Your Life, which believes that 100% of the diseases of body and mind are caused by the individual himself.

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A study by the University of Chicago and Harvard in the United States suggests that lonely people tend to be depressed, to divide the feeling with other people nearby.

A study by the University of Chicago and Harvard in the United States suggests that lonely people tend to be depressed, to divide the feeling with other people nearby.

To measure levels of loneliness the researchers drew charts with the history of the volunteers' friendships and their stories of solitude. They were able to establish a way to measure their feelings. According to the analyzes made by the scientists, the information showed that, just as with a cold, the lonely ones "infected" the people around them with the solitude, The results also showed that loneliness spread among neighbors who were close friends, as well as showing that when people get lonely, they rely less on others and give less.

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