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How To Think Positively During War?

People can only win the war if they stay positive and calm during a difficult situation. According to the study, positive thinking improves people’s mood and helps them keep

5 months ago

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People can only win the war if they stay positive and calm during a difficult situation. According to the study, positive thinking improves people’s mood and helps them keep their stress in check. In this article, we have discussed how to keep your negative thoughts in check and stay positive.

1.  Check Your Mental Filter

One of the best things you can do to keep your mind positive is to focus on positive aspects of life. Keep your mental filter in check because sometimes our minds make us focus on the negative details and ignore the positive sides.

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2.  Don’t Overgeneralize

Overgeneralization is the belief in which people think that something that has happened once will happen again and again. If you want to keep your mood positive during the hard days of the war, never over-generalize things.

3.  Avoid Making Assumptions Without Facts

Study shows that people who jump to conclusions during war situations always become negative and face depression. So, never make assumptions. Instead, always allow yourself to rethink the situation; what may have happened, or how the situation can mold.

4.  Never Blame Yourself

During the war, everyone blames themselves for the situation they are in or place their pain on others. NEVER DO THIS!

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Blaming yourself or others never do any good. Instead, be positive and use your energy to solve problems that everyone faces during the war. Always challenge yourself to recognize your negative thoughts and change them into positive ones so that you can improve your mood and behavior during a difficult time.

Soha Asif

Published 5 months ago