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Find a Smile in the Worry!

Stop chasing the big pleasures of life and start enjoying the little ones, firmly believes Social Media Influencer Isha who is here to give you some tips to train your brain to think positively.

Change Your Thoughts

You need to reframe the thought from “I am having a hard time adjusting to this new situation” to “I know I will face challenges with this new situation, but I am capable of coming up with solutions to problems and I know I will adjust to these changes.”

Wipe the Negatives Vibes

Insecurity, self-doubt and fear are good-energy killers. Those negative feelings rob you of confidence and undermine your ability to bounce back from adversity. But, you have developed resilience by overcoming difficult situations – this is your inner strength.

Change Your Circle

Surround yourself with positive, successful go-getters who are supportive and caring. Look for people who will tell you the truth, and will always be honest with you, but never out of spite or with a desire to bring you down.

Appreciate Yourself

Remind yourself of all the bad you have been through. When you see how far you’ve come and all of the difficult storms you have weathered, it will make you more appreciative of what you have in your life now.

Train Your Brain to Be More Positive

We tend to be the hardest on ourselves and be our own worst critics. Over time, this can cause you to form a negative opinion of yourself that can be hard to shake. To stop this, you’ll need to be mindful of the voice in your head and respond with positive messages, also known as positive self-talk.

Count Your Blessings

Even the most painful circumstances can teach us positive lessons. Re-evaluate a negative event from your past with an eye for what you learned or how you became stronger, wiser, or more compassionate. When you can find meaning in even the bad things you’ve experienced, you will be happier and more grateful.

The Power of a Smile

Believe it or not, smiling can reduce stress even if you don’t feel like smiling or even if you fake it with a smile that isn’t genuine. When you are stressed, take the time to put on a smile. You and those around you will reap the benefits.

Isha can be reached out at her Instagram account @apinchofhappiness.

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