If you’re not feeling a little bit of negative energy right now, I have some bad news. You are a Westworld Host and need an update. But seriously, we are living in a maelstrom of negative emotions. From the health anxiety many people have, to fearing for sick loved ones, to political tension… I keep …
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Are you trying to figure out how to stop negative thoughts? I’m sure that’s true for more people than you realize. We are in an unprecedented time of worry, overwhelm, and change, and we are desperate to figure out how to think more positively. People are dying from an illness we know little about. Schools closed early, leaving many families with no option but to totally change their routine. People are losing their jobs left and right. Negative thoughts are to be expected in a time like this. Still, chronic negative thinking has a lot of bad effects on your heart and mind. So, it’s important to do what you can to attempt to be more positive.
Are you drowning in negative thoughts?
I was for way too long. I spent all of my adolescence in a state of nearly crippling low self-esteem. My early adulthood saw me feeling like a failure for not being like everybody else. I still deal with it, but it has taken until my early to mid 30s to really step into my identity, and wear it with pride. Much of my success there has to do with working on my positive thinking.
If I could guess, you’re looking for ways to cope with anxiety. Otherwise, why else would you have clicked on this post? Or, maybe you aren’t the one suffering with anxiety, but a friend or family member. If so, first of all, you are an awesome person for wanting to help. Second of all, you have come to the right place.vAnxiety is the most common mental illness in the United States, with 40 millions adults per year living with this condition. In England, 6 in 100 people will experience anxiety in any given week.
Have you noticed that you’re feeling cranky?
If so, that is completely normal. We are living in an unprecedented time of worry, fear, and the unknown. Tensions are high in just about every group of people there is, and this is causing a rise in anxiety.
Feeling anxious in times like this is absolutely normal. In fact, if you weren’t a little worried right now, I would say that’s probably not a normal reaction. But anyway, some amount of feeling anxious is to be expected.