• Sun, Sep 28 2008

Carnival of Positive Thinking

As we approach a new week, we all need some help in seeing through the grief and depression and seeing a brighter future. Here are some articles to help

Donald Latumahina presents 30 Simple Ways to Enjoy Life posted at Life Optimizer.

Nadege presents Will Smith, Law of Attraction, and Hard Work posted at Clearly Envision.

Charles Euchner presents Time Passages posted at START SIMPLE, saying, “An intriguing look about how perspectives on time — past, present, and future — could spell your success or failure.”

Alex Smith presents Your Brain Is Your Best Self Defense Weapon posted at TBO-TECH.

Louise Manning presents What do you find wonderful? posted at The Human Imprint.

Toni presents Remembering posted at Wifely Steps, saying, “Sometimes simply remembering helps ease the sadness of the lost loved one.”

Chris Edgar presents It’s Never Too Early For A “Midlife Crisis” posted at Purpose Power Coaching, saying, “The “midlife crisis” is a subject of mixed feelings in our culture. Some applaud people who have the courage to reevaluate their direction in life, while others see it as “too late” to change one’s course midlife. Personally, I don’t think it’s ever too late to start considering what we’re here to do in life. What I wonder is why we call these times in our lives “crises” at all. As I suggest in this article, it’s best to keep your calling—your overall mission in life—in mind at all times, no matter how young or old you happen to be.”

Richard Onebamoi presents 8 Motivational tips for Success posted at SELF-IMPROVE-BLOG, saying, “Motivation is often defined as the process of arousing, directing and maintaining behaviour toward a goal.”

Charles Euchner presents Dealing With Neurotics posted at START SIMPLE, saying, “Dealing with neurotics is so hard because there is so little you can do. A legendary psychotherapist wrote the book on the subject.”

Brain Blogger presents Roundtable: The Anti-Psychiatry Movement posted at Brain Blogger, saying, “Can proper nutrition and exercise solve all the disorders of the mind? Are psychotropics more harmful than good?”

Wally Bock presents It’s not your fault. It’s just your turn posted at Momentor.

Stephen presents Your Life is What Your Thoughts Make It – Balanced Existence posted at Balanced Existence, saying, “Probably the most vital lesson we can learn in life is the importance of what we think. Some say that if they knew what you think, they would know what you are. Indeed our thoughts make us what we are. If we think failure we will fail. If we think of lack and worry we will have lack and worry. If we think happy thoughts we will be happy.”

Mac presents 10 Quick Tips To Boost Confidence posted at Actorlicious.

Erin Pavlina presents What Happens When You Die? posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog, saying, “I’ve gotten a lot of emails asking me variations on this question so I thought I’d do an entire blog entry on this subject to help everyone understand what I believe happens.”

David B Bohl presents How to Get Closer to People posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “Do you find yourself longing for closeness in your relationships? Are you one of the many people today who maybe spends a little too much time on the computer, and not enough time connecting in-person with like minds and kindred souls?”

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