Positive thinking is so important in overcoming grief. So each Sunday I post the articles that people submit to help us with our depression, and overcoming the feeling of loss from their untimely death.
Machione presents The Lives and Times… of Anthony McCune: Thoughts On Living A Happy Life posted at The Lives and Times… of Anthony McCune.
Leisel presents 50 Ways To Boost Your Brain Power posted at 4Mind4Life.Com, saying, “The article 50 ways to boost your brain power is a must-read for anyone trying to become a more positive thinker! I cannot emphasize enough that to improve your brain, check out this article.”
Joel Chue presents Create Postive Changes With Self Hypnosis Today! posted at SELF HYPNOSIS: Weight Loss, Quit Smoking Self Hypnosis!.
Paul Li presents Fun stuff that’s good for your brain #7: Humor and Laughter posted at Brain Health, saying, “Contributing author Aimee Fountain explains how humor and laughter can actually be healthy for your brain.”
ananga presents Hidden Anger: How Your Journal Can Help You Let off Steam in a Healthy Way posted at Ananga Sivyer’s Living by Design Blog.
Joshua Seth presents Life, Love, and Martiansâ€¦ posted at Joshua Seth Blog, saying, “”When we experience that spark of recognition with the intimate nature of another we suddenly feel reassured in the knowledge that we are not alone. In a way I think this is what love is.â€ť”
Joel Chue presents Mind Power: Life is a Mind Game – Learn How to Play it Well posted at Mind Power Hacks: Tap The Subconscious Mind Power.
Raymond presents understanding Traditional Love Stereotypes About Men and Women. An interesting look at a currently running reality TV show that sets up dates for men and women posted at Money Blue Book.
David B. Bohl presents 5 Situations Where It Pays to Act Instead of React posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “To act is choose your behavior based on your own needs and desires. To react is to allow outside influences to choose your behavior for you. In a life or death situation, reactions serve us well. In other situations, reacting (rather than acting) leaves us at the mercy of others and the environment around us. The results are rarely what we would prefer them to be.”
Warren Wong presents How To Solve Problems By Changing Your Frame Or Perspective posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “How seemingly unsolvable problems can be solved by changing your frame or perspective.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of positive thinking