It’s hard to be surrounded by people who are eternally positive in our increasingly negative world.
But those who can generate their own positivity can benefit by avoiding heart disease, reducing blood pressure and impacting in a good way on blood sugar.
Gratitude is one way, but we often think we have tons of that.
You can’t be negative when you are being grateful.
Recognize others and sharing it with them.
Keeping a list of positive things that are happening to you on your phone so you can scroll through and remain inspired.
Become more aware of stress and put a stop/loss on it as soon as you feel it developing.
Staying positive is not about Pollyanna.
Positive can mean something relatively unsexy like catching yourself from putting down an accomplishment that even others acknowledge.
Staying positive to benefit health is not about rah-rah things, it’s about keeping control of your narrative and protecting it from the negativity of others.
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