Survival positive thinking: when extreme conditions require extreme measures
Tough situations? Emotions running high? Feeling out of hope?
Throughout my life I have experienced different situations of intense painful feelings.
I'm talking about those times when you feel you've tried everything, you've done everything to achieve a goal, yet you have failed or you're stuck, and you even feel out of hope, tired and worn out.
The goal may be getting a new job, making a relationship work, losing weight...
How to change these painful feelings when things don't seem to go?
At those times I propose you open your survival positive thinking kit, and think about the following:
Most of the times we make situations worst than they actually are because we label them as negative without much questioning.
Take the time to take your own thought filters out of whatever you're looking at. Use Byron Katie's method of inquiry 'Is it true?' to deal with any thought that bothers you - this is a way to peace.
Through trial and error you can also test what techniques work for you to bring you to a more positive state of mind. Keep those techniques to create your own survival positive thinking kit.
"Our attitude toward life determines life's attitude towards us."
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