The ONE Secret Trick to Kill Negative Thinking Immediately

You're reading The ONE Secret Trick to Kill Negative Thinking Immediately, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Do you ever have those bad days where your thoughts are just so negative all day long, everything feels like it’s too much for one person to handle. You obsessively question every decision you’ve ever made in your life, every small thing that has happened to you and basically just indulge in negative thinking to the point where you cry yourself asleep at night?   Don’t worry, I have just the trick to help you overcome all your negative thinking - stop it dead in its tracks - and spend the rest of the day feeling positive and happy. I still have bad days, but that's ok, I used to have bad years.-notsalmon.com I recently came across this quote on notsalmon.com and I thought it was just an absolutely brilliant way of looking at the world. See I have been having a particularly bad week recently.  Like a WHOLE WEEK of it. I was feeling ill, light-headed, lacked energy, couldn’t focus, and everything was soooooo much effort. Getting up for work felt like the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do in my life. Just having a conversation with someone was a problem. I was tired all the time and completely demotivated.  When I’m like that, I find that I am more likely to think negative thoughts, eve...
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