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Optimistic people have more reason to celebrate

Optimistic people have more reason to celebrate

When something bad happens, such as a resignation, separation, illness or even an accident , it's normal to spend a lot of time whining. However, it is necessary to fight against this feeling and learn to turn it around.

Valuing achievements increases self-esteem and attracts positive energies. Therefore, every change in life deserves to be shared with friends, marked on the agenda and spread around the house with notes.

Everything is valid to celebrate the good things in life. You will feel a constant satisfaction that will serve as a motivation to move forward and encourage others to follow your lead. "When we get something that we find difficult, the pleasure is enormous and the sense of victory leaves us with a special gleam in our eyes," says psychologist Marina Vasconcellos.

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You are an optimistic person?
This question is easy to answer. Notice how many people are around you and how long. No one can stand being close to those who are always low-spirited. Being optimistic only draws positive energy into your life and your health.

Research shows that optimists, in addition to being happier, also live longer than pessimists. A study at Yale University in the United States examined 338 men and 322 women over 50 years of age for 23 years. Those who had a positive outlook on life lived on average seven and a half years longer than the others.

Another finding, by researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, also found that pessimists die early. They analyzed the chart of 839 patients undergoing personality tests between 1962 and 1965. The survival rate was 19% higher among optimists.

Four steps to being an optimistic person
1. Smile: if we start from the premise that you attract what it conveys, then smiling at people will make you attract sympathy too. The pessimist thinks that the whole world is bothering him and, most of the time, he keeps his face closed.

2. Share the happiness with the friends: "No one lives alone, we depend on the look and recognition of the other from the moment we are born, friends make us see beyond our small world, they are different people from us with whom we identify," says psychologist Marina Vasconcellos .

3. Celebrate your achievements: what you accomplish in life is not just a matter of luck or chance, but of battles. By believing in it and valuing your own achievements, in addition to boosting self-esteem, you will also be happier.

4. Reduce your problems: pessimists always think their problems are the worst in the world. Always think that the issue is not so serious and that you will be able to solve it. You will see that this way your world will be lighter.


Over-optimism can increase health risks

Over-optimism can increase health risks

A study by University College neuroscience London, UK, says being overly optimistic can be disastrous. Too much optimism causes one to create false expectations and put one's health at risk. The researchers interviewed residents of three thousand households. At the end of the study, it was concluded that approximately 80% of people feel that the quality of life of the volunteers.

(Well-being)

10 Mistakes made in a job interview

10 Mistakes made in a job interview

With the labor market becoming more competitive and the demand for jobs higher than supply, that are not lacking are requirements at the time of a company to admit a new employee. A focused resume, which is aligned with the vacancy offered is an essential factor to reach the second stage: the interview.

(Well-being)