- has anyone here ever lost their sense of humor?by /u/growthforever on August 14, 2022 at 3:38 am
i’m not sure what really caused me to lose my sense of humour. but that funny bone(not on ur arm) i had is just not there, jokes used to come automatically and i was looking for the ‘funny’ in things and i just would be…funny. however, now i’m just not that funny person i used to be with an amazing sense of humour. i find myself much more serious nowadays and not able to find the jokes in things like i used to? has anyone ever been thru something like this? i feel like i’ve lost my sense of humour and a part of myself and it’s caused a lot of confusion and anxiety in my life, because it feels like i’ve lost that natural sense of humour that i had? and i want to regain it, but i don’t know how? submitted by /u/growthforever [link] [comments]
- Balancing optimism and realismby /u/West-Inspection3873 on August 14, 2022 at 3:31 am
My natural tendency is pessimism and I really try to steer away from that. My problem is that when I make a conscious effort to paint life positively, I feel like I'm just ignoring or burying my head in the sand away from the real and obvious problems in society/ life. Does anyone else struggle with this? submitted by /u/West-Inspection3873 [link] [comments]
- Your pain is temporaryby /u/roxeeshanaya on August 13, 2022 at 5:54 pm
For every pain there is a beautiful reward. Your pain is a blessing in disguise. You will come out of it better 🙏🏻❤️✨ submitted by /u/roxeeshanaya [link] [comments]
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The practical problem with emotional contagion is not just in spotting the outbreak. By then it might be too late to save either self or a contact community from ill effect. But are there strategic tools to spot ominous spreads from afar? If you or people close to you do catch an emotional infection, how should it be treated? Can this kind of wave be contained? This book explores detection, identification, and containment of emotional contagion..
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Your liver is one of the known organs in your body. “Known” because your body is so complicated that researchers still find new systems which help your body function. Your liver is one of the major organs in your body. This football-sized organ works hard to keep you healthy. But if you’re not careful, some The post 9 Lifestyle Changes for a Healthy Liver appeared first on Power of Positivity: Positive Thinking & Attitude.
- 16 Quotes When You Need to Be More Self-Acceptingby Sarah Barkley on August 13, 2022 at 4:00 pm
Being self-accepting means that you embrace who you are without condition. You love the good things about yourself as well as the bad. It’s a valuable quality to have because self-love can improve your overall well-being. When you need inspiration, these quotes about being more self-accepting can help you. They cover topics from self-love to The post 16 Quotes When You Need to Be More Self-Accepting appeared first on Power of Positivity: Positive Thinking & Attitude.
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An animal rights group Mercy for Animals poll found that 81% of US military members want vegan meals. Currently, vegan meals and MREs aren’t an option for service members. They can only choose from meals with animal protein or vegetarian dishes. The organization polled 226 soldiers in all positions of the US military about their The post Survey Shows 81% of US Military Wants Vegan Meals appeared first on Power of Positivity: Positive Thinking & Attitude.
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- This Rising Upby firstname.lastname@example.org on August 13, 2022 at 7:00 am
This Climbing PoeTree music video highlights modern day freedom fighters and champions of justice by celebrating the beauty, power, talent, brilliance and humanity of Black people. Through powerful lyrics, music and dance, it is a triumphant acknowledgement that dignity, safety and self determination are all necessary to overcome dehumanizing terror and to ensure that justice prevails.
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"'Gold,' the title of my book, is a word that recurs throughout Rumi's poetry. Rumi's gold is not the precious metal but a feeling-state arrived at through the alchemical process of altering consciousness, of burning through ego, greed, pettiness, and calculation, to arrive at a more relaxed and compassionate state of being. In sum, the prayer of Sufism is 'teach me to love more deeply.' Gold is the deepest love." In the introduction to her dazzling book, Haleh Liza Gafori opens a window on Rumi's life, the forcefield that is his poetry, and her gorgeous aspiration-- as a poet of Persian descent-- to bring the original verses alive in the medium of contemporary American poetry, while preserving their irrepressible musicality, conceptual agility and enigmas.
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"Eiko Soga is a Japanese-born artist and teacher who has had a long-term interest in exploring new forms of relationship with the natural world.She has just completed a PhD research project at the University of Oxford which involved living with a community of Ainu people in Northern Japan. In this interview she speaks about what her experience with the Ainu taught her about ecologically-aware ways of living, and in particular, her experience of learning traditional cooking from an Ainu elder."
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- Video: how an abandoned bridge in Manchester became a thriving parkby Gavin Haines on August 12, 2022 at 12:10 pm
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- What went right this week: the ‘historic’ US climate bill, plus more by Gavin Haines on August 11, 2022 at 4:30 pm
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- Scrapping use-by dates would slash food waste – here’s what else could helpby Gavin Haines on August 10, 2022 at 10:00 am
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- Little league baseball player hugs distraught pitcher who hit him in the headby Sahlee B. on August 13, 2022 at 6:15 pm
Sportsmanship is still alive in this cutthroat world. At a time when zealous parents can make even children’s games extremely competitive, two Little League players showed that humanity should still reign in sports. Showcasing their excellent character, Little League players from opposing teams showed that compassion and kindness should still be the norm, even in ... Read more The post Little league baseball player hugs distraught pitcher who hit him in the head appeared first on Positive Outlooks.
- Fearless dog saves a family seconds before mountain lion attack: ‘She is our hero’by FarahR on August 12, 2022 at 9:36 pm
A Labrador retriever named Ella is being hailed a hero after guarding her family from a mountain lion attack in Cedar Hills, Utah. One Wednesday evening, Crystal Michaelis and her family were unwinding in their backyard when the 7-year-old hunting Labrador started acting protective while standing near the rock wall of the yard. Initially, the ... Read more The post Fearless dog saves a family seconds before mountain lion attack: ‘She is our hero’ appeared first on Positive Outlooks.
- Here’s the miraculous story of a teen cured of cancer after receiving groundbreaking therapyby FarahR on August 10, 2022 at 5:11 pm
In 2010, then 5-year-old Emily Whitehead had just gone to her annual checkup and was declared healthy. But a week later, Emily’s mom, Kari, noticed that her daughter had bruises on odd parts of her body, including her back and stomach. Her gums started bleeding, and she was waking up in the middle of the ... Read more The post Here’s the miraculous story of a teen cured of cancer after receiving groundbreaking therapy appeared first on Positive Outlooks.
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- How to Make Sure You Start Every Day with a Smileby From Our Community on January 4, 2022 at 11:10 am
Throughout the world, first-world citizens are often more sad than those in the worst poverty. But when you realize how blessed you are even to have the ability to read, or use cutting edge tech you own, that can help you have a better attitude, and wake up with a smile daily. Here are other tactics to help you be happier every day, from the moment you wake. The post How to Make Sure You Start Every Day with a Smile appeared first on Positively Positive.
- Four Times When You Need to Do Absolutely Nothing (and… the Origin of the New Year’s Day)by James Altucher on January 4, 2022 at 11:05 am
Knowing when to do nothing is the key ingredient to achieve something. I learned this by wasting at least thirty years of doing useless things. Here’s some times when I try really hard to do NOTHING. The post Four Times When You Need to Do Absolutely Nothing (and… the Origin of the New Year’s Day) appeared first on Positively Positive.
- Develop Your Dominant Questionsby Chris Guillebeau on January 3, 2022 at 11:10 am
That question—How can I make this experience more magical?—is an example of a dominant question. It’s a question that guides your decision-making process. We all have dominant questions, whether we’re consciously aware of them or not. The post Develop Your Dominant Questions appeared first on Positively Positive.