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Staying Young Is About Attitude And Mindset
Your attitude is a state of mind and the way we perceive things. It is what sets us apart from others as far as anything in life is concerned. It represents your likes and dislikes. Attitudes can be defined as positive, negative or neutral perceptions of certain things or ideas. Attitudes can be formed as different forms of judgments that may be true or untrue. As people grow up seeing things around them, they can form attitudes based ...
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Staying Young

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Overview

Staying Young Is About Attitude And Mindset
Your attitude is a state of mind and the way we perceive things. It is what sets us apart from others as far as anything in life is concerned. It represents your likes and dislikes. Attitudes can be defined as positive, negative or neutral perceptions of certain things or ideas. Attitudes can be formed as different forms of judgments that may be true or untrue. As people grow up seeing things around them, they can form attitudes based on what they see. What they see can affect their perception of a certain person, thing or idea. Attitudes are part of a person’s personality and the well being of a person. Attitude is responsible for projecting a personality, be it positive or negative. Your personality can be a factor in determining a mental state of being and contributing to the aging process. Your attitude can also be defined as a form of an egotistical state of mind, regardless of whether it’s about acceptance, expression of control or other traits that are considered to be selfish in nature. If you are continuously angry and feel a hatred towards others, that can be described as having a negative attitude. These forms can affect how you think and act towards others. When you start having negative thoughts, you open yourself up to premature aging and possible health issues. It’s very important that you steer clear from having a constant, negative mindset. Of course, this transformation takes time. After all, you didn’t form these negative thoughts overnight. You have to work at making an honest effort to change your attitude and your outlook about things. If there were things that bothered you in the past, you have to release them and move forward. Being bitter will not help you; it will only accelerate the aging process and could also affect your health, physically and mentally. It’s easier and healthier to look at the bright side of life. Doing this will refresh your mind and your body. Don’t let things that are out of your control get you down. A lot of times, it may be out of your control. Don’t be mean to people because they are mean to you. Being nice will help to maintain a positive attitude, no matter what the situation is.
Why You Should Refrain From Negative Thoughts
When you think negative, it can affect your mind and your spirit. Everyone in their lifetime has either said or thought something that did not line up with anything positive in their life. It seems as though people spend more time in pessimism than they do in optimism. Some people tend to make negative thinking a part of their daily lives. There are obstacles that seem to block us from what we want to do. Instead of pushing those obstacles out of the way, some people find it easier to complain. They don’t realize that it won’t help the situation. They will still be stuck in the same place with no movement. You will continue to be stuck in the same place if you are a constant complainer. Everytime you complain, you take away a moment of happiness and fulfillment that you could have. Plus, other people don’t care to be around chronic complainers. Think about what you are saying when you do that. You could be using your time doing things that will uplift you and keep you active. Before you know it, you’ll be so involved in what you’re doing you won’t even think about complaining anymore. When you think negatively, you want everyone else to think the same way. People that think negatively often have imbedded bitterness because of things that happened to them in the past. They never got over the situation; it may have been from being passed over for a promotion; a boyfriend, girlfriend or spouse leaving them; or feeling rejected from a parent when they were little. Any of those scenarios can still up feelings of bitterness. Or they can be jealous of someone else that is doing better than them in things like losing weight, making more money or just being happy. They can’t stand to see the other person happy and they continue to ingrain bitterness inside of their soul. Bitterness can take a toll on a person’s health. It can cause them to have wrinkles and create health issues, such as high blood pressure or cancer. If you need help releasing these bitter tendencies, it’s best to seek counsel from a family member, therapist or minister. Otherwise you will look old before your time.
Look, Think And Feel Young
To prevent the presence of aging, you have to focus on doing what you can to stay young. You have to work at implementing a few ways that this can be done. There are three areas in particular that will help you get to this point. They deal with the physical , mental and emotional aspects of not wanting to age. Looking Young Looking young is just not about dyeing your hair to get rid of the gray strands. It also speaks of how you act and how you dress. You...
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  • BN ID: 2940014048231
  • Publisher: 99 ¢ store, save a lot more
  • Publication date: 6/9/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
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