Possitive thinking vs. healthy thinking

What is healthy thinking?

Healthy thinking does NOT necessarily mean positive thinking.

We all have an overdose of all speeches with positive thoughts.

 No one can look at things positively all the time. Sometimes bad things happen, you lose your job, you argue with someone you care about, or you lose someone you love. It is normal and healthy to feel upset and have negative thoughts when these things happen.

Healthy thinking means looking at the whole situation, with all its elements, positive parts, negative parts and neutral parts and only then to reach a conclusion and take decisions.

In other words, healthy thinking means looking at life and the world in a balanced way, not through pink orchestrations all the time.

Have you ever wondered how much thoughts can strongly influence your mental and physical health?

What you say about a situation affects how you feel and what you will do. Sometimes your interpretation of a situation can be slightly or more distortion, you may tend to focus only on the negative aspects – this is normal and to be expected. However, when you interpret the situation too negatively you may feel even worse and react in ways that are not helpful to you in the long run.

Hence the cliché as true as possible – do not make decisions when you are nervous or hungry. Yeah, we all tried, and no, it never works.

Fortunately, there are specific coping strategies to help manage difficult thoughts and a coach can help you not fight them alone.

For more information about the connections between thoughts and how they influence your life, I would be glad to continue analyzing it on a one-on-one discussion.

Until then, just ask yourself- are you thinking positive thoughts or healthy thoughts?