The Half-Full Glass People
Do you know a person who dependably appears to be glad and positive about themselves and life all in all? They never appear to have an issue and appear to have the capacity to manage things in existence with self-restraint and elegance. Do you wish you were more like them and able to deal with your life circumstances as they do?
The Half-Full Glass People have a method for considering life to be being the “half full glass” where regardless of whether things are turning out badly, they discover something positive in it to concentrate on.
Along these lines of survey life is normal for a few people, yet for the dominant part of individuals who utilize this way to deal with life, it is a scholarly reaction.
I know that it sounds easy, but in the reality of life, it’s usually not, I can personally relate to this because I had been there many times… How do people learn to focus on the half-full glass and not the half-empty one and remain positive?
It’s not easy to be thankful when faced with difficult circumstances. However, practicing gratitude help us deal with all but the most difficult experiences we may face in our lives. It is the key to the optimism that we see in the positive person we admire so much.
When we grumble constantly, we can rapidly lose our point of view. Indeed, the tradesperson may have taken hours to finish a task occupation that another tradesperson may have finished in significantly less time, however before we complain at the bill, consider the work quality between the two.
Half glass full thinking seeks to clarify a situation before complaining about it. It asks whether a complaint will make the situation better or worse and if it will help to resolve the issue. In most cases, the answer to both these questions is no! On those occasions where it is justified, then we should do something about it. A clear perspective on the situation can help us to resolve an otherwise irresolvable problem.
Maintaining a mindset of gratitude helps us to maintain a positive perspective on most things that happen in our life.It helps to keep the glass half-full even in the most difficult of circumstances.
You Are Worth It!
Do you sometimes feel like you are a work in progress? Do you feel the drive to keep improving yourself and then find yourself in a spiral of despair because you just never feel like you measure up? For many people, this is their main goal. Research has shown that this may be one of the most common causes of weight gain and emotional eating issues.
All of us need to find freedom from the cycle that we are imperfect.while all of us have room to develop and increase; the most freeing of all realities about ourselves that we need to soak up and accept is that we are a unique and delightful human being. There is nobody quite like us on this earth, and there never will be.
As soon as we accept this for ourselves, we will then search ways to make yourself better, like Maya Angelou said:“When you know better, you do better”..one of my favorite quotes.
Have you noticed when things are going well on the inside, and you are feeling secure and happy with life, things that go wrong in your life don’t seem to be so bad, but when you are feeling bad about your self, things are so different? The world seems to take on a much darker feeling, and it’s more difficult to cope when things are not going right?
Learning to love yourself and to appreciate the uniqueness you are is often the first stage of learning how to control your life, feel confident, or learning a new hobby. Many of the things we procrastinate over that are for our benefit and enrichment are often the things we don’t do, because perhaps deep inside we don’t think we are good enough or worthy enough to do these things for ourselves.
Try looking in the mirror when you wake up and tell your reflection what you would tell your best friend…
You are worth it!
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