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Day 51: Four Reasons

“Fear less, hope more; Eat less, chew more; Whine less, breathe more; Talk less, say more; Love more, and all good things will be yours” -Swedish Proverb

1. Positivity Builds Psychological Strengths

Our psychological strengths are, in effect, our mental habits. Our strengths reflect how we think about ourselves, our relationships and our life experiences. Opening up, becoming resilient and accepting are the strengths associated with growing a positive relationship to life.

2. Positivity Builds Good Mental Habits

One of the great mental gifts of positivity is how it encourages both open-mindedness and mindfulness at once. Becoming more aware of our surroundings and able to open to whatever is happening fosters the skills of savoring the moment. Being more present is the path to enlightenment.

3. Positivity Builds Social Connections

Because a positive attitude is both contagious and attractive, the more you practice it, the more people want to be with you. The more open and sharing you can be about your heart experience in life, the closer you feel to each other. Giving people the benefit of the doubt, starting with yourself, makes you both more generous and more grateful. Expressing gratitude is the strongest fertilizer of lasting and fulfilling relationships.

Positive behavior in long-term relationships such as laughing together builds up stores of emotional strength reservoirs for challenging times.

4. Positivity Builds Physical Health

Scientific research increasingly supports the fact that positive attitudes and behaviors correlate with better health outcomes. In everything from complexion, emotional wellbeing and routine cold infections. Positivity makes you better. Better immune functioning, better sleep, and less incidence of illness are all associated with positive mental habits. Some studies even support the relationship between practicing positive behaviors with longevity.

The more you do it, the more it makes sense to do it, and the harder it is not to try.