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Cut Negativity Out of Your Life

Many of us feel that we’re supposed to be positive and happy all the time.  At times, life can be frustrating. Like when you dread going into work, or when a close friend betrays you. Many people forget that tough times will pass.  There will be moments when many us will engage in negative self-talk. You may think “What is wrong with me?” This is when you need to cut negativity out of your life.

When you’re a parent, it can be easy to fall into the trap of negative self talk. You might say things like “I’m not cool enough.” This is the perfect opportunity to combat negative self talk, head on. You switch this statement around and say “My children accept as I am.” The latter statement is positive. So get into the routine of training your mind to see a positive light in a challenging situation.

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Hang Around with Positive People

I know that it can be hard feeling like you have to be perfect at everything. Many of us continually strive for perfection, but what I’ve realised it doesn’t exist. This is when you have to combat negativity. Sometimes life gets the best of us and we start getting more negative than usual. But don’t worry! There are ways to get back on track with your positivity!

Bad friends will bring you down. Being around positive people who give you a boost. People with only the best intentions for you, can uplift you. True friends will be happy when you reach your goals.

Combat Negative Self Talk

Stop Letting Fear & Negativity Control Your Life

Fear acts as an emotional response to perceived threats. This is part of keeping you safe because fear is the ultimate survival mechanism of your body. It triggers your body to react to a hazard with a flight or battle response. 

If you live in constant fear, it can make you immobilised. Your brain then begins to discern things negatively and it will become your point of reference. Fear has the capacity (if you allow it) to influence your mood. You start to adopt disastrous patterns. You risk losing focus and start to challenge your actions. So cut negativity out of your life and don’t let fear hold you back.

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Hang Around Positive Individuals

It is difficult to stay negative when you are among positive people. Observe how positive people relate to each other. When you learn how positive people deal with the tough issues you will have another tool to combat negativity.

Thoughts of Poor Self Worth

Having continuous negative thoughts will drain you. Remember, many people think a lot about you and cherish you. Believe in yourself and have confidence in your abilities. Start to engage in positive self talk. Take advantage of writing down your goals and know your worth.


Do you feel the need to be in control of your own life? If so, it might be time for a change. Being empowered and cutting negativity out of your life can help make you happier. I’ve shared some great tips on how you can start feeling better today by changing up your habits and finding ways to stay positive. Take a look at my other posts that may offer some inspiration or helpful suggestions as well! I am personally all for changes to live an empowering lifestyle with positivity?

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Written by Pascal D’Sanchez

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. The contents of this post is for entertainment purposes only.

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