I see the positive side of all circumstances and situations. Being positive won't prevent problems from occurring but will lessen their effect on us. Always believe in yourself and trust that things WILL work out for the better.
By trying to see the positive side of things in our lives, we draw to us a universal power that will turn our thinking from sadness and despair to hope and inspiration.
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Develop a different attitude to make better choices.
Many of my diabetic friends seem to try to placate their sweet tooth. They try to find things that taste sweet but won't raise their blood sugar. My focus has to been to re-educate my palate to enjoy the right kinds of foods that will enhance my health.
Staying positive or becoming a positive person is only a decision away. If you are a positive person, then it is pretty easy to stay upbeat. Life can drag you down rather quickly so you have to guard your mind. If you aren't positive, and want to become a more positive person... read... read... read... lots of books out there on developing a positive attitude. The Power of Positive Thinking is GREAT! Love the chapter on "Excusitis", but decide... to become a positive person and just do it!
Benefits: less stressed; you are just happier! Life is so much better!
Having a positive mental attitude when taking on a challenge such as weight loss makes everything a whole lot clearer in the long run. If you stay positive you will find this challenge much easier in the long run.
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