Why is it that with all the Positive Thinking-type literature on the market today, a great many...
people are still far from positive in their outlooks? Normal Vincent Peale wrote The Power of Positive Thinking over sixty years ago. He exemplified happiness, vigor, dynamism right into his 90s. Is he exceptional, or did he CHOOSE to be happy?
The power of positive thinking has taken a big hit over the past year and probably longer for some. With so many people out of work, losing their homes and just in a rut I would think that the positive thoughts might have to take a back seat until the reality can settle in and then start again.
by toksbumnex6 years ago
For a couple to succeed together in marriage, they have to exhibit a high power of sustainable positive thinking in their marital relationship. Hence they must avoid the following.· “War-time” thinking. This...
by Kari21 months ago
Positive thinking: Do YOU think that it can make your life better? Make you happier?I'm interested to know how you feel about positive thinking. I know some people think it works for a happier and healthier life while...
by Joana e Bruno6 years ago
What is the importance of positive thinking in case of serious illness?Is it important and how can you keep that positive thinking and pass it on to the person that is ill?
by Tracy Wong5 years ago
Do you think positive thinking would change things in your life? Examples appreciated.
by Joy566 years ago
I went into a nursing to visit someone yesterday. Four years ago i worked there, and i was there for a couple of years. I left because i got offered a better job, but the better job did not work out. ...
by Eric Dierker3 years ago
There seems to be a fine line between "I can do this" and "let go and let God".It would appear we can and must do both. But perhaps there is another way to look at it.
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