Cultivating a positive mental attitude starts with a realization—a realization that you’re not the only one who has struggled, who has survived, and who has started over again.
You are not alone, and there is a way through the darkness. There is simple wisdom that you can rely on for help.
Find support, but also learn self-care in how you treat yourself, which is what positivity is all about. That self-talk, that perception, and that attitude you choose change you and change those around you.
In the New Stanford Study: A Positive Attitude Literally Makes Your Brain Better by Jessica Stillman, Stanford researchers studied how the brain was impacted in achievement and learning when one felt or was positive about a subject. The result? Outcomes were much more favorable for that student.
We do well in areas we are positive about. But what if we can choose to be positive about, well,…