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5 Ways To Stop Negative Voices and Start Being Happy

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Happiness is not something that we can choose to be at a particular moment. It's something that we have to work on every day.

It's something that we need to continuously strive for, and it does not come automatically or even naturally.

Life can be overwhelming and stressful. Most of the time, we are not even aware of how much stress our thoughts create in our minds. It is as if a string has been pulled that connects all the stress-inducing events of our life.

Life can seem like a never-ending cycle of negative thoughts and anxieties. These are called negative self-thoughts - or just self-doubts. Negativity affects your outlook on life, your relationships, and every aspect of your existence. It can make you feel inferior, worthless, and unlovable; it keeps you from reaching your full potential and causes tension in your relationships with others. They also drain you emotionally, physically and mentally.

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What Makes People Feel Positive?

People have a natural tendency to think of themselves in a positive manner. This is because it is adaptive. When people think positively, they feel good about themselves and the world around them. And when people think negatively, they tend to feel bad about themselves and the world around them.

Positive thoughts always make us feel good, but negative thoughts can also be beneficial if we use them to motivate ourselves and others.

The more you can focus on what makes you happy, the better your life will be in general!

    5 Steps To Stop Negative Thoughts and Start Being Happy

    1. Take Small Positive Actions

    The first thing you need to do is recognize that negative thoughts are the enemy. They create a feeling of helplessness in your mind, which leads to more stress and ultimately, more negative thoughts.

    By taking small positive actions like thanking someone for doing something nice for you or calling a friend just to chat, you can begin to break free from the cycle of negativity.

    2. Notice Your Thoughts

    If you want to break the cycle of negative self-thoughts, you need to become aware of them. You can't simply wish them away or ignore them. Be cautious when it comes to the way you think; be mindful of your thoughts and how they make you feel.

    Your thoughts will bring about an emotional reaction, whether good or bad, so try to view these thoughts as a means for change. Every time you notice a negative thought creeping into your mind, take a step back and choose not to react. Notice where that thought came from and write it down in a journal or put it on your calendar so that you can focus on changing those aspects of your life that are causing stress.

    3. Be Mindful

    Be conscious of your thoughts. Instead of thinking negatively, try to think about what you have been grateful for that day.

    The next time you notice yourself thinking negative thoughts, take a deep breath and recognise that the thoughts are just passing through your head.

    4. Look For The Silver Lining

    That's right, find something positive about what is going on in your life. For example, if you're feeling like everything around you is falling apart, then focus on how the situation could be beneficial for your future. Maybe there will be a great opportunity that has been arising because of it or maybe you haven't had to worry about something for once. Or maybe take a step back and realize that things have been going really well lately and take some time to appreciate all the blessings in your life.

    Take a more active approach to your life. An act of positivity can only last so long before it comes crashing down again, so do not rely on it as an escape from negative self-thoughts. You need to create a balance between the two. This means finding a way to channel these negative thoughts into actions that will help change your life for the better. The best way to counteract them is by taking an active role in creating good changes in your life instead of relying solely on positivity.

    5. Find Your Purpose In Life and Live It

    Our purpose in life is something we can't see, we can only feel it. It's a feeling of contentment and joy that leads us to a desire for more - wanting to achieve more in life than what we have done so far.

    Our sense of purpose provides meaning, giving us a reason for our existence and what drives us every day. When you find your true sense of purpose it brings happiness and fulfillment. Think about life as a journey with an endpoint.

    What does your journey look like? What are the first steps that you need to take toward achieving your goal? How do you make sure to not go back on your path?

    Sometimes when we become frustrated or discouraged, we set up barriers that stop us from moving forward. We make excuses and put things off until they magically get better without any effort on our part. You need to break the cycle by acknowledging these barriers and breaking them down with creative solutions that will keep you moving towards your goal- no matter how hard it gets.


    Positive thoughts are an important part of happiness and can be achieved by taking small, positive actions. The key is to start noticing your thoughts, be mindful of them, and find the silver lining in any situation. The goal is to find your purpose in life and live it.

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