Optimism: 14 Ways to See the Glass Half Full
New research has emerged linking optimism to improved cardiovascular health, reduced risk of stroke, and even swift financial recovery. But what about those who tend toward the pessimistic side? While we may not have much control over the events that happen to us, we do have control over our attitude. Here are some ways to nurture a more optimistic outlook on life.
Take a breather
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It’s easy to get caught up in the stress of a moment and let it control you. If you catch yourself feeling down, stressed, or angry, take a moment to take a deep breath and accept your current situation. Know that what’s done is done, and what matters now is how you handle the situation so that it doesn’t consume you. Problem solving and creativity are at their best when we feel relaxed, so taking that breather could be essential in your decision making process.