Carnival of Positive Thinking

I have enjoyed this week as many of you have left comments, left tips and tricks and I would encourage new readers to have a look through the comments as they could really help. When you are grieving you need to find ways of beating the depression, the loneliness and each Sunday I post articles to help us succeed

Taylor Coburn presents What To Do When You Are Stuck posted at Internet Business at ProcessToProfits.

Anna presents The Value of the Human Touch posted at The Engaging Brand 

Joann Ang presents Take Charge of Your Thoughts They Have Power posted at Life Magick: Manifesting your Desires like Magick, saying, “To live a positive happy life, think positive happy thoughts. Thoughts have power so take charge of what you are thinking.”

Ralph Jean-Paul presents How to Think Like a Visionary posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, “Accomplish amazing goals by setting your sights in the right direction. Expand your mind and learn how the great thinkers, inventors, and leaders reached greatness by having and following their visions.”

Andrew Heath presents Love and Riches posted at Andy, saying, “Based on a conversation I had with the Great Creator through automatic writing.”

Ari Koinuma presents Happy Ending No Matter What Happens posted at Ari Koinuma, saying, “Life’s twists and turns can get any of us down, but here is how I learn ed to enjoy the ride and find peace in the unknown.”

Alvaro Fernandez presents Cognitive and Emotional Development Through Play posted at SharpBrains, saying, “We sometimes neglect to mention a very basic yet powerful method of cognitive and emotional development, for children and adults alike: Play. Dr. David Elkind, author of The Power of Play: Learning That Comes Naturally, discusses the need to build a more “playful culture”.”

Nancy Hayssen presents 5 Ways to Be a Confident Sexy Woman posted at “Sexy at ANY Size!”.

R.Pettinger presents The unexpected power of gratitude posted at Sri Chinmoy Inspiration, saying, “How gratitude can turn your life around”

Brian M Chin presents 5 Steps to Quell That Materialistic Mentality posted at beechin blog, saying, “How to stop being so materialistic and live better”

Chris Edgar presents Are You The Only One Who Doesn’t “Have It Together”? posted at Purpose Power Coaching, saying, “In many of us, there’s an interesting paradox in our behavior: we strongly want to be loved and liked by others, but we won’t admit it. I’ve come to believe the reason we’re so anxious to hide this desire is our worry that nobody else wants approval—that we’re the only people who want to be liked and loved, and have anxiety about not getting those things. Interestingly, when we recognize this desire is only human, we not only feel more secure about having it, but also begin to transcend it and feel freer to live the lives we want.”

Avani presents Experiencing Life posted at Avani-Mehta.

Andrew Heath presents It’s Your Fault You’re Suffering posted at Andy, saying, “Sometimes we suffer for reasons that we can control. What is the best way to handle suffering?”

Mike King presents 6 Ways To Get What You Want posted at Learn This, saying, “Achieve and take action to get what you want. I’ve listed 6 steps or things that will help you get exactly what you want!”

Fiona King presents Dating After Divorce: 50 Tips to Get Back into the Groove posted at Nerds Do It Better.

Yvette Nietzen presents It´s All About Grace posted at Fresh Wind Ministries, Int´l.

Lana presents The Sense of Control posted at Conscious Life Conscious Relationship, saying, “Dependence on others – an integral part of our upbringing. How can we be indifferent to the reactions of those who care about us, who are the source of our physical and emotional security?”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of positive thinking using our carnival submission form.

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    • Ari Koinuma

      Thanks for including my piece. I look forward to looking through other submissions!


    • Svetlana

      Thank You!
      I totally enjoyed the last submission.
      Looking forward to many more.