Top Positive Words Emotions Used These Days On Social Media

social media

Social Media (SM) has become the first choice for users to express their feelings with freedom. For many people all over the world, tweeting a tweet, hashtagging an Instagram caption, posting Facebook status now onwards is common practice. In the past, people communicate via emails, forums, and newsgroups. Recently, SM has gain lot of popularity for content sharing and sharing their opinions freely. SM such as Twitter, people get updated with the latest news, live events, participate in different activities. Also, keep up to date with friends and families. Twitter has 270 million active users, and 500 million tweets are sent per day.

There are many research topics on social network analysis. Opinion mining and sentimental analysis techniques are used to extract useful information from the user’s tweets text. Tweets may contain text from three different categories such as Positive Tweet, Negative Tweet and Neutral.

Importance of words

“Your words become your world – Nadeem Kazmi."

  1. Words, of course, are essential for social media. Researchers using your linguistic features start predicting the personality of the people.
  2. Similarly, the words tag cloud easily help social media developers to show contents similar to your feelings and emotions to increase the throughput of company’s advertisements.
  3. Certain words hold more power over our decisions making process than others.

How words can be used to find five personality factors in any user

  1. Extraversion. It is a factor which is used to find your interaction with other people on SM. More you interact, more you make friends and posts.
  2. Neuroticism. The factor used to describe your emotions.
  3. Agreeableness. Your feelings, how you feel towards others.
  4. Conscientiousness. Describes how organized and dependable you are.
  5. Openness. Is when someone is curious and openminded to new experiences and knowledge.

Through sentimental analysis, we can find out the overall subjectivity of a tweet

Either it is positive, negative and neutral words are used in the tweets. Researchers believe, that no matter what the platform or language, users common practices to use more positive words than negative words. There are many reasons behind the statement. One is that a lot more good things happen to us than bad things. So naturally, we are addicted to positive thinking’s finally end up saying more positive words. The most challenging task is to classify the tweet into their categories so that a normal user can easily guess the subject of the tweet. Either it is posted to review a movie, book, electronics or any other product & company. Or it is related to some specific personalities such as Donald Trump, Imran Khan so on and so forth. Similarly, tweets may be related to some live events currently being held such as FIFA World Cup.

Opinions or tweets are in the form of a short sentence

Words used in the tweet may classify the tweet subjectivity. These positive words are also known as linguistic features from a research point of view. In the article, we have mentioned various positive words which are used on different matters on social media. The categories we selected are mentioned below.

Categories selected for extraction of positive words

Movies Politics Products
Personalities Events Places
Countries News Religion

Positive words extracted from the categories selected above

Can’t wait, biggie, standing ovation, blockbuster, superhit, wow, top, brilliant, good, superb, amazing, I love, win, victory, cruise, top, good, strength, brilliant, phenomenal, wow, patchy, well done, excellent,

nice, majestic, terrific, deserved, spectacular, high class, awesome, wonderful, best, delight, come back,

massive, perfect, favorite, outstanding, great, dominate, flatten, ovation, convincing, blinder, emphatic, magic, promising, flawless, classic, likely, influential, all the best, strong, celebration, impressive, well played, cheer, out played, splendid, mighty, superb, nailed, triumph, fabulous, astounding, solid, sufficient, good luck, encouraging, matchless, sublime, Mashallah, positive, love, good, wonderful, best, great, super, beautiful, peace, graceful, lovely, nice, meaningful, blame, humanity, help others, influential, flawless, encourage, harmony, submission, love, stand up, anti(non)- violence, help, hope, play, sweetheart, success, hero, superb, respect, amazing, inspire, prom, good, attract, grand, fair, hug, excite, kiss, champ, sweat, love, bless, luck, laugh, impress, interest, devote, win, luv, heal, fantast, ad, finest, admire, cutest, hahah, happy, heartfelt, bliss, joy, favorite, smile, happiest, thx, yummy, party, pretty, calm, joke, definite, warm, award, comfort, congratulate, appreciate, origin, merry, legit, funny, welcome, car, wow, share, easy, enjoy, rich, please, support, trust, relieve, heheh, credit, honest, agree , pass, entertain, cheer, strong, perfect, thank, beauty, favorite, innocent, cut, fest, lucky, lol, love, sunny, fantasy, hah, yum, sunshine, favorite, greatest, kid, yay, healthy, proud, harmony, improve, dear, kind, energy, advantage, glad, awesome, freedom, funniest, cool, enthusiast, reward, hum, challenge, ready, handsome, smart, fun, benefit, pride, sweet, alright, affordable, fantastic, take care, nice things, surprises, happiness, satisfaction, attentive, professional, caring, encourage, feel very happy, pleasure, extremely nice, important, wonderful, especially, spacious, caring, energetic,

positive words

Words interchangeably are used in different tweets with their synonyms

In table 2, words such as “amazing, awesome, best, sweet, fantastic, extremely nice, wonderful" any many other can be used for more than one categories like Movies, Products, Events, Places. However, words such as “smart, handsome, caring, energetic, hero, respect" are only associated with Personalities. Similarly, “Can’t wait, biggie, standing ovation, blockbuster, superhit, wow, top, brilliant, good, superb, amazing, I love" can be categorized into movies. There are many other words which have been used in opinions to express positive emotions.

Conclusion

Words can inspire, words can destroy. We cope with today’s problems with some positive to say. When terrorists commit an atrocity, we quickly respond to the news with some positive feelings and emotions for the victims and pray to God for their good beings. Even sometimes, if a bad event is described by social media, efforts are still made to use positive language to have a positive impact on the society. In the article, we have listed some of the most common positive words used to express positive emotions in social media such as on Twitter. We have selected some specific categories which have been discussed on social media these days. We encourage users to stay calm and positive.

Author ~ Raza Ul Mustafa, Brasil

Here at Positive Words Research, we are looking to share with our readers original content that hasn’t been published on other sites so if you are comfortable with Positive Words Research being your sole publisher, we are more than happy to share with our readers your inspiring and empowering story.

Lemons Into Lemonade: How To Turn Negative Events Into Positive Expression

lemonade

The fact is, many of us rely on creating to express our emotions. All of us on are especially familiar with this process. Creating to express our emotions in any form has potential to be a healthy and life-giving experience.

We can use art and creative writing as a means to turn our negative feelings into a reckoning for positivity. Here are some thoughts about negative experiences and how we can write them into a corner when they try to bully us.

The Dangers of Holding in Our Pain

Our culture glorifies the idea of holding in your emotions. Men are often called weak for being expressive, and women are called crazy for expressing their emotions in any way. Neither of these is fair, as emotions are simply a part of the human experience, and there’s nothing weak about admitting to what you feel.

Here’s the fact: suicide rates are on the rise. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the suicide rate in the United States increased 24 percent from 1999 to 2014. The amount of adolescents — and we are talking early adolescents — that contemplate ending their lives or do end their lives as a result of cyberbullying has increased as well. In a recent UK study, 26 percent of respondents had suicidal thoughts, as a result of cyberbullying.

We have to normalize emotions and offer people practical ways to handle their trials in life. Even social work professionals admit we need to start thinking out of the box. I propose one of the best outlets for pain is through creative writing.

Write It Off

There is something so satisfying about forming the perfect sentence to describe what you’re going through. As long as you’re doing it for you and not to impress others, I think being able to work hard on this transfer from mind to paper is therapeutic. By writing about your negative experiences, you can process them, and learn from them. If you’re comfortable with it — share and relate it to others.

Here are some suggestions to turn your negative experiences into lemonade, through the power of writing.

Poetry Exercises

Poetry, lyric writing, and the like are the best places to employ your artistic license, due to the common “show don’t tell" mentality that’s so popularized in these communities. I personally find it useful to use poetry prompts in order to challenge yourself. The point of doing these exercises is to force you to write down your thoughts in a different way than just “I feel sad" or “I am angry." You also are usually writing less — but it’s harder to get a good flow going. It’s a new form of expression for a lot of freelance writers and similar creatives and can influence your other writings as well.

Descriptive Nonfiction

This is something I struggled with originally due to my past writing song lyrics with metaphors. I had to drop all of that — which I now consider being mostly fluff — and switch to describing the actual scenes around me. Descriptive nonfiction lives in “show don’t tell," more strictly than poetry does.

Retell your story. Use color, shape, and other physical descriptions. How red was your face from embarrassment or hurt? What were other people doing? How they moved, their facial expressions, and how did their face change and move as well? What words were they using? Of course, “show don’t tell" can also make for a traumatic retelling of a hard time, so gauge yourself and see if you can handle it first.

Letters to Yourself

Years ago, during one of my first breakups, I found myself writing letters late before bed. These letters were addressed to me, oddly enough. I never called it journaling or felt like I was writing a diary. I was very clearly writing a letter. Even though I was the recipient of these letters.

Physically writing my thoughts down on paper felt like I was transferring my emotions — like they were physically leaving my body. This was one of my initial experiences with the therapeutic effects of writing, and since then I’ve used writing to help myself through other breakups, loss of friends and family, and stressful life events.

Freewriting

It has been said that “bad writing is good for you," and this may certainly be the case in your situation. Freewriting offers the comfort of no restrictions – just straight up word vomit until you need to eat again.

Some find this to be a positive and freeing experience. It offers them a way to put some elbow grease into releasing their emotions, but they don’t have to worry about anything else. This isn’t typically the writing you show people, but certainly, you can if you would like. It’s your lemonade.

Get a Little Abstract

Use weird prompts and exercises — and by “weird" I mean unusual to you — to stretch your writing and give you new ways to express yourself. The thing with writing prompts is that they work like writing games. You have to use them to finish a piece based on rules and restrictions you don’t typically adhere to. Some of the most satisfying pieces of writing I’ve done have been based on odd prompts, and it always feels like a new way to express my thoughts, feelings, and beliefs.

How To Encourage Others

As I mentioned earlier, we need to normalize negative emotions. Make them something to talk about, and make it usual to talk about them. Let’s innovate a bit and give struggling people healthy and positive ways to handle their pain.

We must live by example first, because telling people to talk about their issues doesn’t shut out the voices — external or internal — that make them feel uncomfortable doing so. Being encouraging and transparent, ourselves, can do that.

Now, how much more as a writer can we share our experiences tangibly, especially with other writers? We all struggle with life, so writing them down for others may actually give them something to lean on, and maybe vice versa. Make your own lemonade from life’s hardships.

Ultimately, transparency begets transparency

With that in mind, let’s strive for honesty and humility with each other, so we can destigmatize depression, formulate it into something positive, be it through writing or whatever other form of creation you choose, and gain something from it rather than lose everything to it.

* * *

How have you used writing or creativity to cope with bad experiences? Let me know in the comments below!

Author’s Bio

Avery T. Phillips is a freelance human being with too much to say. She loves nature and examining human interactions with the world. Comment or tweet her @a_taylorian with any questions or suggestions. Avery lives in the United States.

Here at Positive Words Research, we are looking to share with our readers original content that hasn’t been published on other sites so if you are comfortable with Positive Words Research being your sole publisher, we are more than happy to share with our readers your inspiring and empowering story.

 

Why Positivity Can Be The Best Defense Against Your Demons

defense

We all have our own inner demons, such as doubt, insecurity, low-self esteem, or a drive to reach perfection – just to name a few. Inherently, it feels impossible to shake them – but there is hope! The number one course of action to eliminate them forever is to channel the power of positivity. Our mindset affects the choices we make and how we perceive life in general. Therefore, the best line of defense is to utilize positivity in our minds.

This is why positivity can be the best defense against your demons:

  1. You stop seeing tunnel vision

Negativity is very limiting. When trapped by it, you only focus on unfavorable circumstances in the present moment as opposed to the possibilities of a better future, the bigger picture, or the bright side of a situation. When you start to think positively, your mind stops limiting itself to perceiving a negative and most-likely, distorted reality. Here, we’re able to see things for what they actually are, not just what we believe them to be. We also learn to stop associating ourselves with strictly negative traits and actually take a step back to view ourselves in our entirety, which is comprised of both good and flawed qualities, not just one or the other.

  1. It improves your overall health

Positivity affects both emotional and physical well-being and health. Emotionally, positivity prevents the symptoms of depression and anxiety and is a natural stress-reducer. In regards to the physical improvements, your immune system becomes less susceptible to sickness and disease since positive thinking triggers a stronger immune response. Furthermore, this also promotes better cardiovascular health. As a result, when both our mind and body are sound, we feel our best and are more inclined to make decisions that make us happy and healthy, not harmful like excessively criticizing or hurting ourselves.

  1. Positivity leads to emotional resilience

Obstacles stop feeling paralyzing with a positive mindset because believing in the best of things, despite the circumstances, helps you to overcome adversity. Negativity cages you in a self-victimizing mindset, which will make you less likely to take action or responsibility for yourself. When one faces difficult situations in their life with positivity rather than negativity, they develop emotional resilience, learn to use healthier coping mechanisms, and take lessons away from the situation rather than simply complain or feel helpless about it.

  1. It encourages productivity

Negativity inherently drains your energy, but positivity increases it. Consequently, this propels you to take more action and put more effort into your obligations in the work or school place. Positivity stimulates brain activity which leads to stronger cognitive function and attention span, which propels you to finish tasks and get things done more efficiently. In other words, you feel eager to accomplish goals one after the other which can translate into your personal life!

  1. Naturally attracts you to positive people

We attract what we are, and that is especially significant in the types of relationships we have in life. When you’re positive, others with a similar thought-process will gravitate towards you. Respectively, this leads to you creating a genuine social circle as well as a reliable support system. Positive people bounce off each other’s energy and uplift one another, not berate or put each other down. Sometimes, the fact that you have a solid group of loved ones with positive attitudes can completely put your demons at rest since they will always remind you that there’s more to you than your flaws.

Conclusion

At the end of the day, positivity will always be the best defense against your demons. It reminds you to think of a better future and improves your overall emotional and physical well-being. Positivity can even disprove therapy myths that would otherwise make you skeptical of changing one’s mindset. At first, it may seem that positivity may seem like a pseudo-inspirational concept, but it annihilates that belief by singlehandedly being the most significant element in a person can welcome into their life, mind, and heart because it changes the way they experience life overall.

Author’s Bio

Trevor is a freelance writer and recovering addict & alcoholic who’s been clean and sober for over 5 years. Since his recovery began, he has enjoyed using his talent for words to help spread treatment resources and addiction awareness. In his free time, you can find him working with recovering addicts or outside enjoying almost any type of fitness activity imaginable.

Here at Positive Words Research, we are looking to share with our readers original content that hasn’t been published on other sites so if you are comfortable with Positive Words Research being your sole publisher, we are more than happy to share with our readers your inspiring and empowering story.

 

How To Transform Negative Thoughts With Mindful Thinking

mindful thinking

Negative thoughts can have a devastating impact on all aspects of your life. Recognizing these thoughts is one way to change your relationship toward them. Taking mindful steps can help you create some space between your thoughts and reactions. Cultivating mindfulness can help you identify and deal with negative thoughts, which leave you in self-doubt and shame, and embrace all that is good at the moment. At the core of each of us is a space that knows pure peace. But as negative thoughts seep in, we tend to be drawn away from it, and this results in trauma and stress. Here are a few ways in which negative thoughts impact our lives:

Anxiousness and Worry

Negative thinking can make you anxious about things that could or could not happen. You end up thinking nothing good can ever happen to you. Whether it is your health, a relationship, or even your career, you start worrying about things going downhill, and your performance starts deteriorating.

Stress and Lost Focus

All the anxiousness can only lead to stress. You start losing focus and build up a negative scenario in your head. And even though nothing has happened, you assume that everything is ruined.

Criticism and Self-Loathing

One clear pattern of negative thoughts is the need to criticize yourself and those around you constantly. You start becoming too harsh on yourself and focus on your weaknesses. All of this leads to low self-esteem and a lack of confidence.

Regret and Guilt

Finally, it builds regret and guilt based on the mistakes you made in the past. While there is nothing negative about reflecting on past experiences, you shouldn’t dwell on a situation with no intention to learn and move on. It leads to feelings of guilt and worthlessness due to wrong choices you feel you might have made.

The Role Of Mindful Thinking

Mindfulness is about being self-aware and present at the moment. It helps you think more deeply and more objectively. It lowers your stress levels and enhances your mood. In a way, mindful thinking stabilizes your emotional intelligence, making you calm amidst all the noise. The key impact of mindfulness is that it exerts a positive influence on the thinker and helps the person get a better insight into his/her life. Here’s how you can break your habitual negative responses with mindfulness.

  • Monitor Your Thoughts

To be free of negativity, you must become more aware of your thoughts. You can do this by paying more attention to what is going on inside your head at any given time. Identify thought patterns that lead to negative thinking. This can help enhance your degree of awareness. Becoming mindful will help you take control of your thoughts and emotions, and not the other way around. Catch the negative thoughts as they arise, before they gain too much momentum.

  • Be Present In The Moment

Negative thoughts come mostly from dwelling in the past or worrying about the future. You can avoid this issue by being mindfully present in the moment. Avoid negative thoughts and direct your attention to all positive things. Discard any thoughts that don’t have anything to do with the situation you are currently in. Relax and release the thoughts of what happened and what could happen, and think about what is currently happening.

  • Constructive Thoughts

Spend your time in constructive thoughts. You need to decide if you want to dwell on thoughts that lead nowhere or those that can make your day more productive. Allow yourself to experience every moment fully and think about something constructive. Use your past experiences to learn and make decisions instead of dwelling on them. Constructive thinking lets you be happy even when things are not going too well. It helps you put the problem in perspective and lets you deal with them practically.

When you are more mindful, you become less affected by negativity. Practice mindful thinking, and you will see how you transform those negative thoughts into positive ones. And, eventually, you will get into the habit of looking at every moment with a positive mindset.

Author ~ Nisha BaghadiaNisha Baghadia

Here at Positive Words Research, we are looking to share with our readers original content that hasn’t been published on other sites so if you are comfortable with Positive Words Research being your sole publisher, we are more than happy to share with our readers your inspiring and empowering story.

Love Letters: How Writing Can Improve Relations With Your Partner

love letters

In this post, you are going to discover how, for example, writing love letters, could be a fountain that nourishes relationships. There is a reason why a student would want to hire assignment experts to help him or her complete school work. It is to say; they that have the muse, talent, and power to put words down on paper are capable of achieving anything through the art of writing.

Words cannot be undone. Think about it this way. Have you ever said something to someone you love that it hurt them so much but you never did realize how deep their hearts were wounded until the following morning? It happens and while sometimes people never plan to say things that pierce through the hearts of loved ones like a thousand knives, there are times when anger would drive one to make careless utterances, even in writing.

In love and hate, words have the power to wring tears even from the most hardened of hearts. On the flipside, words can soothe like breeze by the Seaside. You would want to relish in the moment of beautiful words till forever. You may want to ask; why do people care so much about writing love letters even in this age of desktop publishing? Typed or handwritten, words have the power of making anyone fall in love. Just like a picture would speak a thousand words, words on paper have the power to speak to a million souls all at once and they could be so touching that everyone who read your piece would yearn for more.

Love of writing

Writers can speak many different languages of love in a single piece of literary composition. Shakespeare’s sonnets and love quotes from Rome and Juliet, Merchant of Venice among other literary works by renowned authors who pour their souls on paper to paint the beautiful picture of love are sure-fire proofs that powerful words burn like eternal flames. Some say the life of a writer is a solitude one and utterly boring. They may be right. But in those very moments of silence and loneliness, words find their power to fly out of souls and into the world of readers.

So, does it mean those who love writing are capable of stemming relationships with their partners in the midst of raging storms of disagreements or fall-outs? Well, let’s find out how possible that could be.

Love letters: Improve your relationship the writer’s way

If you have ever fallen in love with a writer, you have fallen heads over shoulders with their words. Love letters are as old as the hills but they set ablaze hearts in love. Writing can help improve your relationship in the following ways:

· A direct expression of what the heart feels

Writing remains a timeless way of expressing thoughts, emotions, and feelings. And when you connect this timeless truth with making amends with your partner through words on paper, there is no other better to put it. Words spoken from deep within the heart are those we express in literary composition. Every sense accompanies this craft to an extent that we feel completely immersed in writing apology letters than we would say sorry by word of mouth.

· Writing touches the Soul

Stories behind some of the greatest songs ever written reek of soul ties with a craft that is now one of the best ways of influencing decisions and changing minds; writing. If you dream of beautiful words, wake up and put them down on paper. Writing sweet lyrics for a loved one is perhaps a good explanation as to why musicians make men and women believe in the power of words.

Words literally lift the human soul to higher grounds and into spaces yonder. The universe is made real by ink on paper. A make-believe craft that finds its way into resolving conflicts in relationships. Tell her those sweet magical words and it will be enough to wipe her tears in times of disagreement. You may want to consider writing my paper help to test the waters using poems.

· In all honesty, words are found

There are days when you will fear a relationship is on the rocks and if one cannot find their way around words, things could move from the frying pan into the sun. In all honesty, words are expressive of the deeper self. And while writing love letters, words may look puffed up, but how else could one explain the feeling that cannot be expressed in deed?

· Writing helps you discover a partner

As powerful as they are, words have exposed strengths and weakness of those with who we are in love. Pouring your soul on paper is undoubtedly a good way of making worlds of fiction and reality meet. Through it, you will find your partner.

Finally, it Bridges Long distance relationships

There are days when people in love become worlds apart, maybe because of circumstances. Love letters will help bridge the distance that threatens to tear apart relationships. They remain of epic beauty and appeal just as would roses presented to a loved one on a valentine’s day.

Author ~ Robert Mora

Here at Positive Words Research, we are looking to share with our readers original content that hasn’t been published on other sites so if you are comfortable with Positive Words Research being your sole publisher, we are more than happy to share with our readers your inspiring and empowering story.