Half-Empty OR Half-Full?

The Power of Positive Thinking

How do you define Positive Thinking?

  • It is a mental attitude that expects good and favorable results.
  • It is an optimistic state of our mind which sees the bright and healthy side of our life and increases our positive energy level which can then strengthen our motivation to pursue success.

Whether you THINK YOU CAN or THINK YOU CAN'T, you are right. Attitude is contagious, are yours worth catching?

Look at the glass of water.

What can you see? Is it half-empty or half-full?

The way you see it reflects the way you see life, the way you see things and understood them. I used to say “the glass is half-empty” every time because I can only see the emptiness above and not the still half water below, which represents many possibilities for things.

But now, I’m changing things the way I see it for me to change my life for the better. I’m switching for being a pessimist to optimist!

So now, I can say “the glass if half-full”.

Positive and Negative are directions. Which direction do you choose?
Positive and Negative are directions. Which direction do you choose?

POSITIVE vs NEGATIVE


Positive thinking brings inner peace to one’s mind and soul. It improves relationships, happiness, satisfaction and better health. It makes our life brighter and our day by day activities move more smoothly.

This kind of thinking can also affect everyone around you. Radiating these positive energy will cause people to like you and will enjoy being around you because of the vibrant energy you are releasing.

Positive thinking can yield better results on the well-being of your life and a successful outcome. Positive thinking is the key to your success in life and love and everything you want to be.

However, negative thoughts radiate negative energy that can ruin your day to day activities. This attitude can also influence people around you and you may be affecting them by that. This negative attitude brings unhappy moods and actions.

This is the way to failure, frustrations, disappointments and also depressions. Don’t let this poison take your life. Fight it. The power of positive thinking is within you.


Tips to Help You Develop the Power of Positive Thinking:

  1. Disregard and ignore negative thoughts. Reject these negatives thoughts and replace it with constructive ideas and plans.
  2. Always think of positive outcomes. Don’t stray on the problems, find the solution.
  3. Use constructive words often like “I can”, “I am able”, “It is possible”.
  4. To strengthen your confidence and inner strength, walk with your back straight.
  5. Talk to people who think positively.
  6. Allow yourself be covered with the feelings of peace, contentment, success and happiness.
  7. Engage yourself with plans and activities that can promote a better insight on one’s life and attitude.

Author Unknown
Author Unknown

If you are a pessimist, you can become an optimist by changing your thinking patterns. Practice and practice. Read a lot of inspirational books that would help you to think positive.

Dwelling on a bad experience doesn't make you anything but only more prone to depression and failure. Make it as a weapon to fight the negative that haunts your mind and life.

Instead of crying over spilled milk, you may think about what you have learned on that process, what knowledge did you acquire, and think of what you can do to it. What strength did you discover on yourself?

A failure may teach us one thing or two for us to become successful.

Life is too short to be miserable, too short to grieve to the things that cannot be undone and too short to stress over failures we encountered.

If you want to move on and be successful, take the lessons of failures with you and mix it with the power of positive thinking!

Think positive! You CAN do it!
Think positive! You CAN do it!


Look closely at these two words:

CAN and CANNOT

What is the difference? Only 3 letters, right? But these 3 letters will determine your life’s direction.


"Your mind is like your room.You can choose to close the windows and let the dark envelope you or you can open the windows and let the light shines inside. It is a matter of choice."


© 2012 Mycee. All Rights Reserved.

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gregas 4 years ago from Corona, California.

Hi Spy, as I stated in my hub about the glass half full or half empty thing, I always ask where the glass was before this time. Was it full or empty to begin with? It had to be one or the other. If the glass was empty to begin with, then the glass is half full at this time. If the glass was full and then poured out, then the glass is half empty at this point. I always answer the question, "is the glass half full or half empty?" with a question, "where was it to begin with?". I still don't know where that puts me. I consider myself a "romantic/realist". I know, that can be a contradiction in terms, but that's me. You might want to check some of the comments on my hub. Greg


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Esther Earl 4 years ago

You made me understand life more clearly... Unknown spy you have full of insights and ideas that inspires me. Thanks for your great hub ... always! Voted up everytime.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@Gregas: Hello, thank you for your opinion and comment Sir. In my own opinion, the half-empty half-full thing is just a representation on how you see things, how you perceive the way things are. When you see the half empty, you are looking more on the emptiness side of the glass rather than seeing the possibility of things which the water represents. that's how i understand that idiom.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@Esther: THANksss much! Always think positive :)


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Vellur 4 years ago from Dubai

Power of Positive Thinking can work wonders. Interesting hub.


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jasonponic 4 years ago from Albuquerque

Great topic! You've analyzed a topic I never thought to!


Team Leader 4 years ago

Hello unknown spy, I agree with you, having a positive attitude is a conscious choice. Your 'Team Leader' I voted your hub 'up' and rated it as 'beautiful'


Larry Wall 4 years ago

I think I have just met someone who can teach me a lot about attitude and self-worth. It is good to know that people like you are out there, wishing the best for everyone and showing them the way. Very glad I am one of your followers.

Great Hub.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

Very true, while it is half full your life is better. If it is half empty, your life may be empty or lonely. What you wrote is your hub is wonderful. Thank you for sharing it.


Brian Collins 4 years ago

Good job Spy. What you are realizing is called the secret.

Most successful people throughout history are the ones that have figured this out.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@Vellur: Yes, it really does. Thanks for stopping by.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@jasonponic: Thank you Jason for the nice comment :)


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@Team Leader: Hello! Thanks, its really your choice to shed a light or darken yourself. If you fail, atleast you get to discover why and then use it to perfect your work next time.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@Larry: I met someone who is now my friend on the time when i can only see the half-empty side of the glass. He encouraged me to move on because he said I have a lot to offer the world. He inspires me to see the positive side of everything. Thank you so much. He is right. I think positively, engaged myself in useful things and learn again to use the lessons I've gained from the past. Now my life is much better.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@Michele: It's always an honor for me to see your name here in my hubs. Thank you so much for leaving a message. My heart says thank you!


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@Brian Collins: Thank you sir for stopping by and reading my hub. Yes I agree with you completely. This is the secret weapon of most successful people throughout the history. If they think negatively, they would have given up for a mere failure. But they did not. They keep on thinking postive outcomes.


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kj force 4 years ago from Florida

Interesting hub..like your take on the subject..I am a very positive person and my best friend is myself, I discovered years ago if you like yourself, you can achieve anything.When the glass gets half full,I refill it. When people come across negative, I just say " WOW, look at those clouds..love your shoes!" You'd be surprised at their reaction....thanks for sharing..


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Hi kj force. I'm so glad to hear that. You are so good in radiating the positive energy to other people. You'd be surprised too that the negative reaction will turn into a positive one. Thank you so much.


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Pamela99 4 years ago from United States

I agree with the points you made in your excellent hub completely. When I was still working as an RN one of my patients said "You are a glass half full girl." This person was struggling with a health problems and couldn't understand me. I sure wasn't always like this, but now I figure misery is optional and I don't choose it. Voted up and useful!


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Thank you so much! Maybe that person sees the inner strength you have. You helped people. I can sense that you are one great RN at that time. Yes misery is optional. Choose it and you can have it. Choose to be positive and happy, you'll get more than what you expect in life.

Thank you again!


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christin53 4 years ago from UK

Good hub. Positive thinking is always the way to go. Dwelling on life's problems never helps but thinking up solutions to solve them always makes you feel better.


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moonfairy 4 years ago

I enjoyed this read and agree that positive thinking is the only way to go! voted up and interesting!!


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Hello Christin53. Yeah, agree to that! finding solutions rather than just whining and doing nothing for the problems. It really helps a lot when you think positive despite failures. You are giving yourself a ray of hope.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Thank you moonfairy. Glad you enjoyed the hub! Thank you for the votes :)


azlan 4 years ago

i dont know who the hell u are,but this hub,is good,especially for me.donno my mood oscillates.,positive or negative.just want to breath freely,when the hearts so heavy,maybe some positive thinking,nd faith in almighty sure brings little peace inside.nice hubread some of your hubs,they are good.


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rahul0324 4 years ago from Gurgaon, India

Awesome Hub Unknown! I truly believe in the glass being half full.... Positive energy is the reason for many practically good things happening around us...

Great Write


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Olde Cashmere 4 years ago from Michigan, United States

What an incredible hub unknown spy. Your powerful words on the benefits of positive thinking can affect the lives of many readers. I struggled with being a pessimist for the longest time and looking back it's no wonder I was stuck in my ways, and it was miserable. Thank you so much for putting together a beautiful and helpful article. I'm really happy to hear you changed your outlook as well. Positive thinking is just the way to go in this life. Voted up, beautiful, useful, awesome, and interesting :)


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Olde Cashmere 4 years ago from Michigan, United States

Sharing as well :)


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KoffeeKlatch Gals 4 years ago from Sunny Florida

unknown spy, wonderful hub. Positive thinking the the thing that gets you where you want and neede to be. I especially like the can and cannot part. You have a wonderfully positive way of writing.


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JessMcCray 4 years ago from NYC

I was a glass half empty person my whole life and hated people telling me to be positive- since I've changed my views recently I've been referred to as Pollyana by some and even myself. I am happier and more fulfilled in life since I decided to focus on what I have than what I dont. Very well written hub!


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@Azlan. It's nice to know that you found the hub useful. Yes, positive thinking will surely lessen the negative feelings you have. think of others things that are useful instead. take one step at a time so you can think and will not be rushing things.

Thank you for reading.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@Rahul. What an awesome comment too! Positive energy are worth catching!!


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@James (O.C). Now I can fully see that the glass is not that empty, it's been half-full all the time. I always see those empty space way back and thinking there's no more to do. I'm miserable, im a failure, there's no way i can get over with it. It really affects your everyday life. It's true, thinkings positive things can really change the way you see life.

Thank you much for the votes and shared! :)))


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@KoffeeKlatch, thank you for such wonderful comment!


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@jess: I also experienced that, long ago i hate it when people tells me to think positive, especially when problems come. i tend to be depressed. But i relaized, there's no good outcome. So better find your solution and think positive. its a win-win! :)


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Rosalinem 4 years ago from Nairobi, Kenya

Hi Unknown spy, you have written this very well and you have given us points to ponder. I guess I am a half full glass person and a very wise person once told me that no matter what the difficulty, to remember that it shall pass and not dwell on it and just being positive is half a battle worn. Voted up and interesting.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Hi Rosaline! I'm glad your back :) Hope everything's fine. Thank you for leaving a wonderful message on my hub. I love the message you posted here. It's very true.


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

It sure does work unknown spy! Very well written.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Thanks snowdrops for the nice message.


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dmop 4 years ago from Cambridge City, IN

I have always been a can do kind of person. I think I learned it from my Mom at a very young age and it was reinforced through out my life. It has served me very well and when I do find myself looking on the negative I can immediately tell by how things go in my life afterwards. Positive thoughts bring positive results I always say. Voted up, useful, and shared.


Larry Wall 4 years ago

Well done--you should be very proud of the comments you have generated. You are definitely on the right track. I hope your glass is always filled with the wisdowm you have expressed in this hub.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

It's a lesson that you can use for life. Im more of a can't do in the past. i was afraid to fail but later on you will realized that its better that you've tried and failed than not to try at all.

"if others can do it, then why can't you?"

Thank you so much for reading and for the votes and shared dmop. Very much appreciated.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Hello Larry. Nice to see you here again. I hope too Larry, thank you much for dropping here again. Have a nice day! :)


azlan 4 years ago

you should have told me the truth.,i needed to know it the most to forget you..i wont come in your or his way,am backing off permanantly.play no more mind games with me.i hate it.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Hi Azlan. what truth? Is this intended for me or this hub?

But nice to see you again here.


azlan 4 years ago

na,its just out of frustration towards someone..just cant stop loving n forgetting her,.still a long way to go for me,when no one arround cares,God has something in mind, thats good for all.hoping for the best.write some hubs to overcome depression,am sure u get lot of votes.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Oh okay, sorry I misunderstood. I know how you feel, its very hard. Believe me, I've been through a lot. Name it, hurts, pains, depressions..One by one, I have to overcome it. It's a must for us to move on. Maybe you would like to tell me what's going on. It really helps when you vent out your feelings of frustration and despair to others who would listen.

Thank you as well for the idea. You're right, maybe I should write about it since I know how it feels, I know how it could ruin our lives. Thanks Azlan.


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

Hi Azlan. You really can't forget her if you still love her. The only thing that could let us forget is another love. Well, based on my experience.


azlan 4 years ago

unknown spy,i feel,u know me,who r u?do i know you?i really would like to know who you and snowdrop are.curiousity.thats all..


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Honestly, no, well, i don't have any idea really who you are, maybe you don't know me either. But I know how it feels to be depressed and wanting to forget someone in your life but you cant. Because you really loved that person so much you'd rather take pain than forget.

I don't know snowdrops either :)


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JessMcCray 4 years ago from NYC

depression is difficult to overcome on your own, Ive had clinical depression for years. Maybe talking to a therapist or other professional in the field could help. Maybe you can try to write yourself, its helped me alot. Wish you the best,azlan


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tirelesstraveler 4 years ago from California

By nature a pessimist by choice an optimist. It takes work.

Nice hub.


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Ibis Suau 4 years ago from Florida

Very uplifting and useful your hub, you area absolutely right. life is too short and we missed half of it dwelling on the past or thinking about the future that is not here yet. While we are doing this we are missing the joy of life that is here and now. Thanks.


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

To JessMcCray: What is a clinical depression? Is it same like the depression we always experience? Like in a failed relationship or troubles at home?


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Hi Azlan, Jess here is right. If you don't want to talk to a friend or to anybody you knew, talk to a therapist or other professionals. Talking really helps. Writing as well.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

@Tirelesstraveler, thank you for reading and for the nice comment.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

You really got it Ibis! Great comment! Thank you so much :)


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JessMcCray 4 years ago from NYC

Clinical depression is when there is a chemical imbalance in your brain, you need medication. What you described is called situational depression, there is a reason you can name for why youre upset. For me, when I dont take my anti-depressant I am in bed all day and dont want to live. (i take my meds:))


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

I see, thank you for the info. Now I understand. Jess, do you know what causes that kind of depression? I mean, can you get it through your environment? Or maybe on too much meds? (for example: like when you were hospitalized and you were given wrong proper medication). Sorry for my curiousity.


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JessMcCray 4 years ago from NYC

No problem at all! Mental illness, many of them, are just like psycial ones, like heart disease, becuase it manifests itself in peoples behavior,it is looked at by many as different. Just like a physical condition there can be many causes, including genetics. Many in my family have depression and anxiety, so for me I am going to assume there is agenetic component to mine. There are medications that can cause depression too, sadly some that are supposed to help and the person as an adverse reaction. I was once put on a medication I had such a bad reaction to that I didnt even know who I was, that unfortunatly is true, I was allergic to it.


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

Oh! It does happen?? That when you take a wrong medication, there will be possibilities that you won't be able to recognize even yourself? You see, I knew someone before that she was so depressed that she wanted to die, feels like everyday she's depressed. Maybe its situational depression, but then when she's feeling sick, she wanted to take anti-depressant without consulting a doctor first..she took sleeping pills but it doesn't really help.

I hope Azlan here can move on and think of useful things he can do instead of thinking things that will make him depresses.


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JessMcCray 4 years ago from NYC

Being so depressed and wanting to die is serious and this person needs help. You should never take medication without being under the care of a doctor.

The first 2 weeks of treatment on an anti-depressant can be strange, thats when the side effects are strongest. Also, if you listen to commercials on TV for these type of medications they say if you have an increase of depression or suicidal thought to contact your doctor. Intially this can and does happen, but it goes away, and only a doctor can determine if you should remain on it or not.

Sleeping pills will do nothing, in fact it can make it worse.


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

She's been dealing with it worse and worse each day. she doesnt want her family to know. Do you think it can lead to clinical depression? she can't really stop it and she has this tendency to take pills or meds in high dosage. I just don't know how to say to her to see a doctor for proper meds.


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JessMcCray 4 years ago from NYC

She needs help, if she is getting worse and misusing meds she is in danger of hurting herself. I am not trying to scare you, I have been there and know many who have.

You could say something along the lines of : Im worried about you, you deserve better than to feel this way. Please make an appt to see a doctor, just once if you dont like it dont go back.

I have found that kind of way of addressing it is the best. I have helped out a lot of people who have been like your friend, having been there myself. I almost died from a suicide attempt 17 years ago, so I know how it feels and I hate seeing others feel that way


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

Thanks Jess. maybe I should try to tell her that even if she'll be mad at me. I'll take the risk.

You have a great heart for sharing these experiences Jess so that others may know a thing or two. I'm glad that we've met here.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Thank you for sharing Jess. I hope that others will gain information on what you have shared.


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JessMcCray 4 years ago from NYC

I am glad to share things that can help others. DOnt be surprised if she does get a little upset, but in the long run, thats being a good friend. I am also glad we met- good luck


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snowdrops 4 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

ThAnks agaIn JeSS.. God BleSS!


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Thank you very much Jess and Snowdrops!


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stars439 4 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

A very nice uplifting hub. God Bless You.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Hello stars439.. thank you for the kind message! :)


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STEVEW13 4 years ago from Norwich, England

Hello unknown spy, I really enjoyed reading this hub, it is so very very true that your whole attitude, life direction and even health can be effected on how optimistic you are. I have to admit that I am usually a glass half empty kind of guy and will generally call myself a realist as opposed to a pessamist. But then I have come to see than perhaps these two are rather similar, that or I just seem to come across too many bad situations :/ You write really well and I have voted up. Thanks for sharing :)


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Hello sir. I am so glad to hear that you enjoyed reading my hub. Got to say, I've also experienced what i've written there.. :) Thank you so much for leaving a nice message to my hub :)


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billybuc 4 years ago from Olympia, WA

I have written several hubs on this topic; you and I share similar thoughts. I'm happy to be following you and look forward to much more from you.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Wow, glad to hear that sir! Looking forward to read your hubs as well. Thank you so much for the message!


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Sandy Frost 4 years ago from India

Enthusiasmically reading this hub. Positive approach may be hard to habitualize but when achieved, this is a key for every success. This is never going to betray anyone whether a person finds himself messing with some trouble or within happiness, any situation. Being optimistic can be a best practise if a person is planning to adopt some good innovations for himself or herself.

Well, hats off to this hub. Voted up as positive as the essence of this hub. Many thanks.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Many many thanks Sandy.. As you've said, positive approach may be hard to habitualize and you are very correct. Since I'm seeing the glass half full, there are times that I get weak and i feel like a half-empty again. Especially for someone who is switchign from a pessimist to optimist, lots of effort is encouraged.

But when achieved, you can achieved success and happiness for yourself.


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Bedbugabscond 4 years ago from United States

I am a big believer in positive thinking and the impact it can have on your life. However, I have had a head ache for two days now (stress I am sure). Do you have any tips on how to retain positive thinking when your in pain?


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

What is the source of your stress? Work? Home? Relationship? Defining the source of that stress is the first step. It really works, well based on my experience. When I feel pain due to work and hardly even moving on, it's hard to stay positive. I would go out and find some quite time for myself, a visit on nature. Clear your mind. Count your blessings instead. Focusing on the negative that happened would stir the pain in you. I also think that I'm lucky, in any ways. There are a lot of people out there who had worse situations than you are. De-stressing would really help. Negative thougths arise when there's so much stress in you.

"Take a rest. A field that has rested gives a bountiful crop."


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Bedbugabscond 4 years ago from United States

Yes, yes, yes and yes, lol. You are right, there are many ways that I am really lucky. My son had terrible pneumonia over the winder, followed by bad bronchitis and trouble with his asthma. I am lucky that he is OK now.

Unfortunately, I lost so much time at work, school and around the house that I have to make it all up now! I is way too much for one person to do! I am trying to get more help from my family, but most of them are wrapped up in their own stuff!

You are right, I need to de-stress big time. I guess the hardest part is transitioning from the work in to meditation or what not! Thanks for the hub and the response, you really have me thinking about coming up with new ways to de-stress.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Oh, thank God! It's nice to know that your son is now okay. Well, for that I think we can fix that..I have some few things in mind though, maybe this would help..

If you lost so much time and will have to make it up now, maybe you can have a checklist of all the things that you need to do. List it according to the most important one that you must do. In that way, you'll not get a headache for trying to remember what to do in a certain time. Then don't rush it. Do it smoothly and perfectly, one thing at a time, so that you can avoid mistakes. Mistakes can end up sometimes doubling your workload and will eat your time.sometimes, this will cause so much stress and will just give you more headaches, prone to anger again and most likely you'll get sick, and that means, another wasted day to finish all the work.

But i think before that, you need to de-stress yourself first. Any activities you like that can make you rest and that can subside negative things. Clear your mind, put on fresh thoughts and start this with a new fresh beginning.

Goodluck to you and hello to your son from me :)

xoxo,M.


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Bedbugabscond 4 years ago from United States

I used to make lists and they helped so much. It would probably take me a few hours to organized a list, but I think your right, it would save me time in the long run. I will try to make it a practical list so I can feel good at the end of the day, not bad! Thanks!


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Yeah me too. When I was still a kid, when it's sumemr and I have nothing to do, I make a list with all those time and work that needed to be done. and I make sure that I do it. I always start at 6am with a prayer. :)

Thanks too! Glad to help!

xoxo,M.


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Kaili Bisson 4 years ago from Canada

I am a glass full kind of gal :-)


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

Thanks Kaili! You're on the right track :) xoxo.


Ainah 4 years ago

Your articles very interesting and useful to read.


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

thanks again ainah!


Patrick Collier 3 years ago

True words to live by.Thanks do much for the inspiring article :)


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unknown spy 3 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up. Author

thank you patrick!!

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