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17 thoughts on “How Can I Become a Positive Thinker”

  1. We live in a world of stress and pessimistic people. I do believe quotes and positive affirmations can shift your energy and change your mood to where you can be a positive thinker on a regular basis!

  2. This is such an important post. You have to consciously make an effort to be positive. I sometimes think that the human condition is to default to negativity.

  3. I will never forget what one of my old boyfriends used to tell me – he was a teacher and told this to his students too. “Pick your attitude.” It always stuck with me even when I want to get upset over something whether valid or not. It can change a situation around like THAT!

  4. I like to think that I am a positive thinker. My husband is not, though, and it drives me insane. He doesn’t trust easily, and that leads to a lot of his negative thoughts. I think he could really benefit from this article.

  5. There is a lot of good information here; I have book-marked it to show my husband. I did here that in 2007, they discovered that a person CAN physically change their brain based on learning new behaviors and attitudes and of course, learning in general.

  6. This is really great. I think I am a pretty good positive thinker. I don’t see any point in being a downer or being around those who are.

  7. I’ve been reading so much on being positive. I don’t know why it is so hard to maintain a positive attitude and outlook but I’m going to keep trying. Thanks for the tips.

  8. I think a big part of this is deciding to be a positive thinker and realizing why one finds themself to not be. Surrounding myself with positive people too is becoming more and more important. Even if I’m a positive thinker being around people who are negative is like having an anchor attached to your mind.

  9. I’m a huge fan of positive thinking! I drive my kids crazy because when they say things like “I can’t do that” I always go make them stand in front of the mirror and repeat “I can do that” repeatedly and I also make them say it like they mean it. It really has made a huge difference in their positive thinking!

  10. I try to start my day thinking of all the blessings i have. I always try to look at the bright side of things.

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