Replace energy-stealing thoughts with more responsible ones, such as: “I think there must be something important for me to learn here.”
Reframing requires seeing something in a new way, in a context that allows us to recognize and appreciate positive aspects of our situation. Reframing helps us to use whatever life hands us as opportunities to be taken advantage of, rather than problems to be avoided.
When we change our point of view on any given situation, the facts remain the same, but a deliberate shift is made in how we see it.
Positive reframing starts with a mindset. And this is a difficult part because you need to be aware of your reactions and replace thought patterns. It requires effort and time.
Reframing can significantly help you to:
open your mind
attract new opportunities
respond, not react
promote gratitude and appreciation
It takes effort to make positive reframing a habit so don’t stress over it. It will come with time.
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