Over the years, I had to discover how to maintain a positive outlook on life, myself, and the world around me. Also —I was determined to find my resilience, the inner strength that would help me get through tough times.

As a matter of fact— optimism helps us see, feel, and think positively when dealing with daily life, or when confronted with unexpected obstacles that comes out of no where. On the contrary, it is necessary to take a positive viewpoint to make the most of what life brings in our direction.

An opposing view might be this— some of us tends to concentrate on the negative side of everything, no matter what it is. Accordingly, negative thinking doesn’t work for me— With realistic optimism, I try not to expect anything, and hope that things will be good.

In other words, see the “bigger picture,” whether it’s sound or unsound; makes it easier to have realistic expectations.

Resolve— what can be done to make things work as well as possible; and opt to focus on the positive strengths, as you go onward.

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This is how you can find out how to become more Optimistic:

Anticipate change, and be ready to adjust to it. How can you practice optimism? Whenever you’re having trouble with thinking negative thoughts, expecting the worst, or feeling powerless, try any of these workouts for a few days.

Focus on what’s going on right now. Write down three things that have worked well in the past day.

These can be great, like getting a raise, or small, like “I talked with an old friend today.”

Identify the cause of each event, and credit yourself for the part you played in it, such as “I made that phone call I’ve been putting off for a long time.”

Practice gratitude. Write down three things in your life that you are grateful for. This sort of focus on what enriches your life can help keep your thoughts and feelings more positively. Look at the benefits.

Think of a negative event from your near or distant past. Write it down.

Now think of something positive that has or could come of it. Write it down.

Picture yourself doing something that feels good. Expect good things to happen. Build yourself up. When you need it, lean on others or your faith to build more strength. Say to yourself often, “I am strong.”

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Attitude is a choice. Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Giving is a choice. Respect is a choice. Whatever choice you make makes you. Choose wisely.”
Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart


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