Carnival of Positive Thinking

Widows and widowers alike have peaks and troughs in that journey through grief, so each Sunday I post a selection of articles to help us with our positive thinking

Luc Reid presents Why Moods Magnify Themselves posted at The Willpower Engine, saying, “Insight on why any of our moods–sadness, joy, anxiety, or others–can build on themselves and become deeper, and what we can do to break that pattern and change our moods.”

Jim DeSantis presents How To Be A Somebody In Your Own Eyes posted at On Line Tribune | Personal Challenges Blog, saying, “Sometimes, when all our doubts, fears and insecurities wrap ourselves up, we always come up with the idea of ”

Michael Miles presents Freedom and choice posted at Effortless Wealth and Abundance.

Mike King presents The Key to Personal Development. Belief posted at Learn This.

Travis presents Negative People | posted at Personal Web Guide.

Lionel Ebrahim presents Why Is It So Hard To Change Ourselves? posted at

Kathleen Gaga presents What one believes to be true either is true or becomes true posted at Daily Awareness, saying, “As I look at the journey of the last 30 plus years and where my journey has taken me and will take me, I know the key to true happiness, abundance and joy is gratitude.” presents How To Be More Positive | posted at

Conan Stevens presents Stop Being A Failure posted at Conan Stevens Online, saying, “The only failure is hte person who does not try or gives up… advice form Sir Richard Branson…”

GreatManagement presents Improving the Quality of Your Life posted at Great Management, saying, “No matter what job you have, no matter where you live, you will have stress in your life. What causes you stress is different to what causes me stress. What you stress about is different to what I stress about. The amount of stress you can cope with is different to the levels I can cope with.”

Catherine VanWetter presents To the Heart of the Matter – The Power of Words and Thoughts posted at To The Heart of the Matter, saying, “It is important to watch the words that you use and the thoughts that may be ruminating around in your head. It is believed that we have between 60,00 to 80,00 thoughts per day and most of them are repeats from yesterday. This article provides helpful tips to become aware of your words.”

Warren presents “You can do anything you set your mind to” Vs “Stick to your strengths” posted at, saying, “Two classic pieces of wisdom, but which one is correct?”

Marcus Smith presents The Audacity of Hope posted at

Donald Latumahina presents Achieve Goals by Beginning With the End in Mind posted at Life Optimizer.

Anna presents Doing Nothing is Often the Most Important Action of All posted at The Engaging Brand

Dean L. Forbes presents What’s Worse Than Failure? posted at Dean L. Forbes, saying, “It’s been my experience, more often than not, that many people aren’t necessarily afraid of failing per se but are really afraid of the perceived stigma of failure. In other words, they fear the perceived societal backlash of failure.”

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

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    • Jim DeSantis

      Thanks for posting my article. I hope it helps someone.

      Great carnival with some good reading! I will bookmark with OnlyWire to 27 sites.

      Jim DeSantis