What can cause a person to have bad thoughts on a regular basis?
Is there something that can cause a person to have negative bad thoughts on a regular basis. Thoughts of people dying, being robbed, funerals, etc. Every other thing about him is normal. Just bad thoughts that do not go away and happen daily. So why?
it could be that the person has had a lot of bad things happen to them so thinking negatively is natural. they might have seen way too many bad things so when ever they are awake, they expect something bad to happen.
depression and anxiety can cause this. Also, what we focus on too much or resist too much will persist. In meditation, we are taught to learn to detach a bit and let our thoughts float by, rather than grabbing onto them if that makes sense. If you are focused on anxiety or a thought that evokes a negative response and you shove it away without addressing the cause of the anxiety - the anxiety persists. At the same time if the thought comes up and you keep indulging it and focusing on how many negative thoughts you are having etc. they continue to come up. The best thing people with anxiety (and I've been there) can do is learn to retrain the brain so to speak. When something horrible comes to mind, you look at it for just a moment and ask is this rational? or is it anxiety or fear?
An example, my son was in a bus crash a couple of months ago. My current anxiety is about school starting again and him getting on a bus. I have horrible thoughts about it, but when they come up - I stop. I look at the thought long enough to acknowledge it only and then release it and consciously focus on what I DO want or what is positive - say gratitude for the fact he survived a very dire crash and is healing well.
We all have anxiety at times, if there has been a traumatic event etc. Other times, some people just hold onto that anxiety and it never seems to leave. Typically it's a result of not addressing the real fear, acknowledging it and then releasing it consciously.
There are multiple reasons behind negative/ bad thoughts on regular basis!...but there are 5 main factors that influence the thoughts of different people differently , they are-
1). Mishappenings/Tragedy - ex: death, accident in family, friends or close ones
2) Health problems and anxiety /Fear
3) Life style- noisy, poluted, inhygenic conditions of living
4) Lack of Spirituality/ faith
5) Mawkish Nature
Like some have already stated..Not have a religious background, their upbringing, something negative has happen to them, and I think all these things can go hand in hand.
Everyone has negative thoughts at times. What do you do when these thoughts won't go away? See how faith brings these intrusive thoughts under submission. read more
You are the product of your past, your upbringing, custom, beliefs, supertition, your religion, education, invironments, people you interact with and many more. These are all deposited and embedded in your brain as memories that you could not even remember. So every time you think now, you think based on what's been set in the past. Unless you reprogram it now it persist no matter what and you bring them today in all your activities, choices and decisions. You see our brain has memory bank so just like a tape recorder if you want to change what was recorded you would erase it and record anew. However the brain is more complicated than the tape recorder, your got to see an expert like a psycho therapist or a hyptonist to solve your problem. Better if you know self hypnosis use it because of a more flexible control over yourself. Now there are a lot products like subliminal disc with embedded suggestions in order to a dramatic result past. You see hypnosis is just a mere physcology of suggestion and everyday politicians,, advertisers etc. The hypnotist really no has power over anyone and it the subject that give his or her permission to the suggestions. You see there's no such thing as mind power only the person who is thinking has.
Yes - there is something that can cause negative thoughts on a regular basis: simply you and your fears.
This might sound hard to you. So let me try to explain what I want to explain to you.
For some reason you picked up the thoughts of people around you, may be from your parents, relatives, friends or whoever who told you that the world is full of unpleasant events like death, robbing, funerals etc. and you subconsciously mind accepted this as 'true'. Now your thoughts are circling around these arguments as you feared them.
Try for yourself to get a different view and with that different thoughts: Death takes part of our life. The person who's gone forever has fulfilled his task on earth. We know that there is no law which will give us an eternal life.
"Being robbed" - you should feel sorry for this person, unable to understand that steeling does not mean a respectful together. Instead of judging him/her try to see him/her on a lower level of education and therefore he/she cannot be punished. Send him/her love and all your positive thoughts to stop steeling.
I don't think it happens overnight. I think months of continual depression, anger or a bout of bad luck can cause a person to switch their thoughts from those of optimism to those of constant pessimism. It also depends on the company you keep. Set your standards high and only develop relationships with those who actually have your back...rather than those who stab you in the back!!
by Keith James Kennedy 6 years ago
Is it okay to have bad thoughts as long as you don't act on them?
by Satendra Saini 4 years ago
How to remove bad thinking? Or How to control bad thoughts?I saw many people they thoughts so many about their health and other things while the things are going according to them. Is it an illness or any madness. Can someone tell how to remove it or how some one can control these bad thoughts?
by Catherine Tally 5 years ago
Do you or your kids drink soda on a regular basis?If so, how much do you consume each day?
by nasus loops 6 years ago
Do you keep your horse stabled or turn it out on a regular basis to stretch its legs?Some people say that it is better to turn a horse out rather than keep it stabled all the time. I am interested in knowing how you choose to your horse, and if you have any preference or opinion on this.
by A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
Have you ever performed random acts of kindness on a regular basis?
by ii3rittles 18 months ago
Can someone explain why or what causes constant misfortune in one's life?I know someone who seems to always have to struggle. Anytime something is about to go right, it goes severely wrong. He does nothing to deserve it and isn't a horrible person, yet still... has to struggle with everything in...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|