Beautiful things happen when you completely distance yourself from NEGATIVITY πŸ™Œ


Science says that it’s Human instinct to lean towards the Bleak .

The Human Brain is more inclined to process Negative Data faster and more thoroughly than Positive one’s .

We vividly remember the faults of our partners more than their good traits and romantic efforts .

Good memories FADE but bad one’s are here to STAY πŸ˜“πŸ’”


It does not however benefit us when we ruminate and expose ourselves repeatedly to NEGATIVITY .

Them who Focus mainly on the Negative outcomes are bound to have :

– Lower Self-Esteem

– Lower Self-Satisfaction

And

– Higher Instances of Psychological Trauma πŸ˜₯


Repeated Negative Thinking clouds our perceptions of ourselves and the World at large.

Consequently, it destroys our Self-Esteem as Negative Self-Talk takes over Reality ,

When this happens, we tend to be more aggressive both Verbally & Physically toward others πŸ˜‘

Low Self-Esteem comes in many “faces” but effects are similar :

Bad Relationships

Low performance & High levels of Stress

Loneliness & Anxiety
which could lead to Substance Abuse and Depression .


Suffice to say , Negativity is addictive but ultimately dangerous in every aspect of LIFE .


Not taking ourselves too seriously puts things into perspectives & allows us to see the other side of NEGATIVITY ,

while this may be Undeniably harder for ‘some’ but it’s totally worth it .


Create Positive Aura, Vibe and Circle around

Stay Optimistic

Be Happy πŸ˜‡βœŒ


– ABHIJEET KHANDARE

Β©07/02/2019

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34 thoughts on “Obliterating Negativity

  1. Wow. I enjoyed this very much. Great post.

    This line really resonated with me β€œWe vividly remember the faults of our partners more than their good traits and romantic efforts .”—- I think it is human nature to look at the bad more than the good. Sad fact …but atleast it is something we can change.😊

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    1. Your appreciation Overwhelmed me already! πŸ™‚

      It is only after we commit a mistake we learn from it.
      No one is blessed with perfection to attempt Good things at first place over Bad one’s .

      But it clearly depends how the person handles NEGATIVITY or any Bad aspect of Life,
      The more the person realises & learns from it the more Stronger he/she becomes πŸ˜‡

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      1. Experience is the best teacher. But it is up to you on how you would handle your experience that makes or breaks you. 😊

        Your reply too is quite inspirational . Thank you.😊

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  2. So true! πŸ™‚ Rick Hanson said “The brain is like Velcro for negative experiences, but Teflon for positive ones.” So it’s absolutely important to try to overcome the negative bias by focusing more on the positive πŸ˜‰

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  3. If people know how destructive the negative aura is, they would have worked day and night to remain positive! As we should all do for our sake and our entourage sake as well!
    Thank you for sharing, it’s well written πŸ‘

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    1. Thank you so much !
      Glad you liked it ❀

      Unfortunately that’s the saddening part of us Humans ,
      We realise it only after the chaos created by the NEGATIVE FORCES which damages us.
      But nevertheless, we fall, get beaten up,learn from it and move on ✌

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  4. Beautiful post. It’s human nature to criticise or look into others faults rather than appreciate the good points. We need to learn to love ourselves and also others

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    1. Optimism lies within. One needs to seek it.
      Once we are Optimistic about ourself, we always see the World full of Positive Energy .

      How unfortunate, people are into Criticising others , they follow Pessimism and spread it too πŸ˜‘

      Anyway, thank you for commenting ! πŸ˜‡

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