You wake up and turn on the TV, 3 murders, 1 stabbing, earth quake and a tornado; and now news about the Ebola scare and its not even 7am. You just spent 20 minutes making coffee with the hopeful anticipation of starting your day and yet you are consumed with negativity.
Have you reached a point in your dating life when just the thought of having to share a meal and small talk with another person is nauseating?
Positive thinking is much more than looking at the glass as half full rather than half empty. The famous quote “if you think you can or think you can’t – either way you are right” is probably the most indicative statements about the sheer value of positive thinking in our lives.
Wanting too much too soon is one of the reasons that the housing market today is in the shape that it is in. Nearly half of all homes in the United States are on the brink of foreclosure, or are being foreclosed upon.
These days if someone raised the importance of vacations, he’d get a sigh or a shrug because with the economic downturn and the roller coaster state of our wallets, it seems hardly appropriate to talk about vacations. But major expense or not, vacations are important.
The truth is that most of what people post on Facebook and other social media sites are just snapshots of the HIGHLIGHTS of their lives. They post pictures of their vacations, and their beautiful kids, and their accomplishments and plans.
We are all guilty of it. We act like children in front of our kids when we get into an argument with our spouse. It's a sad state of affairs when our sons and daughters get an earful of our immaturity and at the very worst, end up becoming emotionally damaged by it. So why do we do it?
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