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Do you believe that the words you speak affect the way you feel?
If you say it enough, and hear it enough, you'll start believing it soon enough.
I absolutely know it does, I was raised in a very verbally abusive home. For years I struggled with negative speech and mind sets until I took measures to rid myself of it. It changed me and my life so dramatically people I had known my whole life no longer recognized me. It not only changes how you feel it can change everything in your life
Absolutely, the mind governs the emotions. Emotions come from the psyche - "We are what we think."
Yes. I totally agree that this is true. From the depths of the heart the mouth speaks. If I am always negative in my speech - it comes from within. Truly, speaking negativity makes things worse, but the negativity had to have already been inside me for me to have spoken it.
Yes. I believe that we have to think before we speak as our words have creative powers.
Positive confessions or affirmations can change our feelings and have been successfully used in psychology, psychiatry Churches and rehabilitations. It sure beats "negative thinking and cursing"
I believe that the words you speak affect the way you feel and also the way others feel about you. Sometimes silence is the best choice, particularly if you are upset. While talking about something to a friend may help you get through a tough time, talking about it over and over again (complaining) can make you feel worse. Positive words = positive feelings. Positive feelings = positive words, they both go hand in hand.
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