Reframing

Nothing is inherently good or bad.  It’s all about the way we interpret it.  A common example of this is in pick up.  One guy may be brutally rejected by a girl and feel depressed and question his self worth afterwards.  Another may find her reaction absolutely hilarious and share a laugh with his friends over it.

It’s all in the way they choose to frame it.  Fortunately reframing goes far beyond pick up and can be applied to almost any aspect of life.  Instead of feeling nervous before a performance, feel excited.  Instead of dreading having to cut the grass, look at it as a perfect opportunity to practice mindfulness in the outdoors.

Just about anything can be looked at in a more positive light.  When you begin to make reframing a habit you’ll find that you appreciate the little things in life more and you’ll also feel negative emotions much less frequently.

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