Research Shows Optimism Can Protect Your Heart
- Look for the silver lining. Almost every situation has a bright side, if you’re willing to step back and force yourself to look for the good.
- Count your blessings. Remembering all of the good things in your life helps you to focus on the positive.
- Keep a journal. Each night before you go to bed, write down at least one good thing that happened during the day. On days that were especially tough, you can re-read all of the positive events in your life.
- Reach out to others. Connecting with other people helps us all to gain a better perspective on our own lives.
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