Negative mind thoughts dating
It is not a surprise that all negative thinking is fear-based, but did you know that chronic negative thinking that goes on day-after-day creates stress that can damage the body and mind, resulting in disease or worse?Fortunately, or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it, the mind/body has a hidden defense that safeguards us from the extreme damage of fear, anxiety and worry. Depression is your body’s defense mechanism against the ill-effects of chronic negative thinking. Without depression, your body must deal with the constant fight-or-flight stress response that is the result of chronic negative thinking.Negative thinking includes the words that you say and think, and it also includes negative visualizations, self-talk and metaphors, as well as, mentally replaying unhappy memories.Because we often don’t even recognize negative thinking, let’s take a moment to clarify several aspects of negative thinking that might pass by our radar: On the way down the mountain on our bikes, my son’s bike began to have problems. Not making the connection between being upset about the bike and his bad mood, I pointed out that his negative thinking caused the bad mood. I was just reacting to what was really happening.” I said, “Were you thinking about what you do want or what you don’t want?Depression literally depresses the effects of negative thinking by numbing-you-out to fear, but depression is not selective so you also become numb to other emotions, such as love and joy.
Having said this, it is still our thoughts that create reality, and if we have negative thoughts that we think every day, those thoughts are going to manifest.I wish I could go back and tell my past self, “Hey Nanice, stop focusing on what you don’t want.Take your attention off worry and fear and focus on what you do want, and keep doing it, despite evidence to the contrary.” I would tell her that her commitment to changing her mind will save her — because eventually it did!” Reluctant to answer, he said, “I was thinking about what I don’t want.” “So, you were thinking negatively?
” “Yes,” he answered, “Negative thinking is sneaky.” Indeed, it is!
This is good news, because it means that by correcting improper thinking, you can rise up from depression.