Why You Should Focus on the Positive Things in Your Life?
It’s easy to focus on the negative things in your life. You might be worried about your job, your relationship, or your future. But what if you focused on the positive things instead?

It doesn’t mean that you should live in denial or ignore your problems. Obviously, denial won’t solve your problems, but neither will living in constant fear.

Fears or irrational thoughts prevent you from taking positive action. These fears often exaggerate the difficulties in your life and lead you to anticipate the worst. Don’t let your fear thrive.

Choose gratitude and affirmations instead. You have to make the effort to invite positivity into your life. Positivity takes effort because our brains are wired to focus on the negative. That’s why you have to practice choosing positive thoughts, day in and day out. 

So how do you Focus on the Positive Things in Your Life?

1. Make a list of things you’re grateful for. Every day, take a few minutes to write down things that make you happy. It could be anything from your bed to your morning cup of coffee. Focus on the small things that make you happy and thankful.

2. Practice positive affirmations. A positive affirmation is a statement that affirms something good about yourself or your life. For example, “I am worthy of love and respect” or “I am capable of achieving my goals” or “I am surrounded by people who support me” are all positive affirmations. Repeating these statements to yourself can help shift your thinking from negative to positive.

3. Fill your social media feeds with positive content. What we see and read affects our mood and outlook on life, so make sure you’re filling your feed with content that makes you feel good! Follow accounts that share inspiring quotes, funny memes, or heartwarming stories. And don’t forget to unfollow any accounts that regularly post negative or triggering content.


It’s important to focus on the positive things in your life for several reasons. First, it prevents you from taking action out of fear. Second, it helps train your brain to focus on the good instead of the bad. And finally, it allows you to enjoy life more fully when you appreciate all the good things around you!

Sending love 
Teresa Wagstaff
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