Studies show that we tell ourselves more than 25 negative messages within a 3-hour period. That is more than one negative thought every 7 minutes!
It’s no wonder we lack self-confidence and balance in our lives. The way you feel about yourself reflects out into the world.
Changing your thinking can be a challenge. But remember, negative thinking is just a bad habit that can be broken. When you change the way you think about yourself, the world will react to you differently.
Here are four tips to help you get started on positive thinking:
1. Flip your thinking.
To stop the hamster wheel of negativity, you must course correct your thinking. Write down your top 3 negative thoughts. Underneath each thought, replace it with a m
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What this means is that men and women have a tendency to date the same type of person, even when it has led, over and over again, to an unhealthy relationship and ultimate heartbreak.
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