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Positive Thinking

A person who has a positive outlook is able to make the best of any situation and does not easily give up. This does not mean they go through life making light of problems or expecting everything to go well. Rather, it means they approach a problem as a challenge and they do whatever it takes to get the best outcome possible.

What is Positive Thinking?

Positive thinking is a mental attitude that focuses on good things and good outcomes. It is the ability to be optimistic and constructive. A positive person remains calm and confident when faced with a challenge and gets the best out of any situation in a beneficial way.

Positive vs Negative Thinking

Positive thoughts are beneficial because they broaden a person’s outlook and enable them to develop good problem-solving skills. Positive thinking also means less stress, lower blood pressure and greater job satisfaction.

Positive thinking has a range of benefits including:

Negative thinking narrows the mind and has a detrimental impact on a person’s emotions. Overall, negative people are more prone to illness and have a shorter life span than positive people.

Downloadable Positive Thinking Resources

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Over to You

A valuable PSHE resource pack covering self-esteem, motivation, confidence and self-awareness — a comprehensive trainer manual containing workshops and worksheets.

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