Let’s Make Ourselves Ready to be Positive!

 

Sometimes, you will try to feel positive but it simply won’t work that moment. You won’t be ready for it right then and there. 

Fear not – you’ll be ready for it soon, even sooner if you remain persistent and not give up.

Becoming ready to be a positive person comes with a conscious decision and if you don’t choose positivity, the negativity you’re swimming in might worsen. Isn’t it better to start taking baby steps towards positivity than continue to drown in negativity?

If you can’t switch to full-on positivity at once, start small. A bit of progress is still progress, and one-step-at-a-time process creates patience that will serve you for the rest of your life. After every instance of impatience, we wished we had been patient. It would have made life easier – today, let’s remember that lesson. We can and will do better. We can work on our happiness and stay positive because today’s perceived hardships are nothing compared to tomorrow’s blessings.

Living as a positive person means living in serene, constant happiness with yourself. When I think about what makes me happy, I am grateful for those I love. I am grateful they love me as much as I love them. I am grateful for everything I want in life, everything I decided to have. I am grateful for my comfortable life. I am grateful for knowing that I can and deserve to feel good about myself, and happily focusing on myself instead of thinking about other people’s lives.

Start from there. It’ll make you so much happier.

Prioritizing your own positive feelings matters most.

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