What is Positive Thinking

positive thinking is see things that happen from a more joyful, enriching and optimistic perspective.

Positive thinking is one that dissolves negativism, that is, rejection and opposition to everything that happens around you. Positive thinking relates to being positive which fits the analogy of seeing the glass of water as half full instead of the glass as half empty.

In psychology, positive thinking is considered a tool to combat stress and frustrations from day to day that also helps to considerably improve the person’s health.

Having positive thoughts does not mean avoiding problems or ignoring what is happening around us. According to experts, our positive or negative personality has to do with the conversations that each one of us has privately in our heads. Positive thinking is fed when faced with a situation it is about don’t think about the worst but about the best keeping a positive attitude.

Positive thinking does not imply a lack of critical thinking. The logic and reason used to conclude a personal situation can be used to go down less depressing paths since all thinking is rooted in logic and subjective reasoning, especially regarding our own lives.

See also: Critical thinking and Positivism

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