Rosiness or Gloomy Gray: looking on the bright side

Looking on the bright side of things may be hard but it can help in so many different ways. Studies say that when you look on the bright side it increases your chance of surviving health threats. Being optimistic can make you feel happier and more confident about achieving your goals. Having been in a low spot looking on the bright side can help.
There are tons of health benefits to looking on the bright side. One is an increased lifespan. Just think that if you see the bright side of things you could live longer. That’s one small thing that could increase your life expectancy. Some other health benefits are Lower rates of depression, lower levels of stress, better cardiovascular health and reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease, Better coping skills during hardships and times of stress, and higher resistance to the cold. Optimism strengthens your immune system. Positivity helps to fight diseases. Studies show that seeing the bright side of thing lowers the risk of dying from many diseases. You have a 52 percent lower chance of dying from infections.

When looking on the bright side people tend to have a happier outlook and that is expressed through emotions. Optimists normally have a joyful mood and their confidence is soaring. They look at the glass half full instead of half empty. When you try to see everything the positive way it’s impossible not to be joyful. Being optimistic makes for a more pleasant life. Ways of taking on a positive perspective are positive self-talk.the steps to having positive self-talk are Checking in with yourself, Staying Active, Meditation, Surrounding yourself with positive people, Practice gratitude. Being aware of when you’re not being positive is an important step as well. Some examples of negative self-talk are Filtering, Personalizing, Catastrophizing, and Polarizing. Positivity forms better relationships, your friend will start feeling happy too. Happiness is contagious.

At the point when you’re at the absolute bottom in life, it’s difficult to understand that you’re not going to be there until the end of time. It’s so difficult to talk about what is causing you to feel so low, yet it’s considerably simpler to looking on the “bright side.” It might appear as though being positive won’t take care of your issues, however, in fact, it will. keeping yourself down there won’t help with anything. At a low point, it might be difficult to consider something positive when everything around you is negative. If there were no misery, no outrage, the world would be at a superior spot. As good as that maybe it takes that bitterness and outrage to fuel somebody to be a stronger individual. If everything was good all the time we would forget to appreciate them. It takes terrible things in life for us to understand the good things. looking on the bright side helps you to be happy but we must remember without hard times we would not become stronger. Friedrich Nietzsche said “That which does not kill us, makes us stronger.” which I feel fits well here.
Looking on the bright side of life is very beneficial to our well being. It has medical health benefits. Improves our mood and without it, we would not become stronger. We would fail to grow stronger as individuals.try to look on the bright side because you might just like the results.




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