Words that describe negative attitudes can quickly creep into our lives. And, when they do, it's hard to get them out.
Who wants to spend the day thinking about anger, intolerance, or pessimism? No, indeed. It's much better to focus on their more positive antonyms joy, acceptance, and hope. Yet, despite our best efforts, the reality is, our world is full of both darkness and light.
Ready to step into the dark side? Let's examine a handful of adjectives that describe the inevitable negativity that tries to creep into our lives.
You probably know someone negative. You may even wonder why they're so unhappy all the time. Maybe they don't know how to stop being that way, or maybe they appear more negative than they really are. You may want to describe a person's negativity or the negative attitude of a character in a book.
Now that you have a list of words that describe negative attitudes, maybe you'd like to know the effects of negative words:
From a physical standpoint, negativity, unhappiness, and stress weakens the immune system. When this happens, you can become susceptible to many diseases, from the common cold to chronic pain.
Many people think you can change your reality simply with thought. They say that if you think it, it can happen. Here's some food for thought about the ability to turn a negative into a positive:
Most days, life is what we make it. We can roll out of bed in a bad mood and run with that. Or, we can make a conscious choice to be positive and settle into a happy day. Rarely is life just black or white but, when we can, why not focus on the good over the bad, the sunrise over the darkness?
As you consciously shift your focus, take a look at this list of positive adjectives. Then, what do you say we start living our best lives yet?