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Re: What do you do to get in a more positive mood? [Re: Tami S] #319165
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Humor helps me become positive.

Re: What do you do to get in a more positive mood? [Re: Vickie Enkoff] #323921
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I have yet to find a way.

Re: What do you do to get in a more positive mood? [Re: Modern Woman] #323932
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CDM...And I really am not trying to be provocative, or pick an argument here - but you have been shown and demonstrated many different ways, by many different people.
Do you think you could explain to me why others, using these methods, have found ways, and you have not?
Have you tried these methods and they are not for you, or have you not tried them, because you don't believe they can work for you, or is it something else?
I would appreciate some insight into how you have yet to find a way.....









Re: What do you do to get in a more positive mood? [Re: Alexandra] #324093
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Alexandra, I am trying.

Re: What do you do to get in a more positive mood? [Re: Modern Woman] #324231
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I think you are doing fine, cd.

You reminded me the other day to be patient. Sometimes we don't make progress as fast as we would wish, but you are making progress. Look back at the last years... you are better this year than the year before, and the year before that.

This thread made me think of ways we can measure our progress so that we do not feel discouraged. I'll start a new post on that, soon. Unfortunately i can't do it today, but would you think of ideas for it?

Have a great day, cd!

smile

Re: What do you do to get in a more positive mood? [Re: hollyelise] #324287
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Humor, music, watching birds, helping others and laughing at silly jokes all make me get into a positive mood. A simple thing that REALLY makes me feel good is smiling at somebody at a stop light when I am in my car. They usually smile back and I can't help but grin because I just smiled at a complete stranger and made them smile, too! It is fun and changes my mood pretty quickly! laugh

Trish

Re: What do you do to get in a more positive mood? [Re: babyquacker] #324303
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You know, that sounds like a fun "game" Trish. I will have to try that. I know I feel better (if I'm in a "really bad mood") when I help a stranger by holding the door or some thing like that. Just being kind to some one else makes me feel better most of the times.

Re: What do you do to get in a more positive mood? [Re: chrisgray] #324308
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Yes, Chris, helping a stranger (or even someone you know) can make a world of difference in how you feel. Isn't that wonderful? Smiling at a stranger in the next car IS a GREAT game!

Trish


Re: What do you do to get in a more positive mood? [Re: babyquacker] #324322
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Sometimes when I speak to my housemaid, my mood changes completely. She brings all sorts of news.

Re: What do you do to get in a more positive mood? [Re: hollyelise] #324323
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Originally Posted By: hollyelise
I think you are doing fine, cd.

You reminded me the other day to be patient. Sometimes we don't make progress as fast as we would wish, but you are making progress. Look back at the last years... you are better this year than the year before, and the year before that.

This thread made me think of ways we can measure our progress so that we do not feel discouraged. I'll start a new post on that, soon. Unfortunately i can't do it today, but would you think of ideas for it?

Have a great day, cd!

smile


Ideas to measure progress?
I go in sine waves.
have you studied about sine waves?

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