Negative attitudes can quickly creep into your life. Learn how to spot key words that tend to show negative attitudes. Once you know what you're saying or thinking, you can prevent them from manifesting themselves in your life.
You probably know someone who is very negative. You may wonder why they are so unhappy. Maybe they don’t know how to stop being that way, or maybe they appear more negative than they are. When you look at the list that follows, see if you are guilty of any of those attitudes.
Here is a list of words that describe negative attitudes:
aggression, anger, betrayal, bigotry, blame, cowardice, critical, cynical, depression, dishonesty, envy, greed, guarded, hatred, indifference, intolerance, irresponsibility, jealousy, pessimism, prejudice, pride, resentment, revenge, sadness, selfishness, skeptical, suspicious, thoughtlessness, unemotional, and untrusting.
Now that you have a list of words that describe negative attitudes, maybe you would like to know what they do to you.
A negative attitude really does affect your quality of life. Sometimes it takes control of your life and you see everything in the worst possible way. You are not happy and the people around you are not happy, either. Let’s look at the crippling effects of negativity. For example:
From a physical standpoint, negativity, unhappiness, and stress weakens your immune system. When this happens, you can become susceptible to many diseases, including one’s that occur because of stress, like heart disease and ulcers.
Try these action steps to recharge your attitude into being more positive:
As you attitude changes from negative to positive, you will notice that people respond to you in a different way.
Many people think you can change your reality simply with thought. They say that if you think it, it can happen. Here is some food for thought about having a positive attitude.
You can change your life by changing your attitude.
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