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Practice Six Positive Emotions For 30 Days

Positive Words Research has compiled a practice list for 30 days for you to embody six positive emotions: gratitude, loving-kindness, courage, appreciation, and forgiveness.

Each positive feeling will be practiced in four directions: you towards yourself, people towards yourself, you towards life, you in relationships and towards your childhood.

Practice Six Positive Emotions For 30 Days

  1. Gratitude for myself – Remember a few moments when you felt gratitude towards yourself.
  2. Gratitude “people towards myself”– Remember a few moments when someone else offered you gratitude.
  3. Gratitude for life – Remember a few moments when someone offered someone else gratitude without any connection with you.
  4. Gratitude in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt gratitude together with another person.
  5. Gratitude from childhood: Remember a few moments when you felt gratitude when you were a child.
  6. Loving-kindness for myself – Remember a few moments when you felt loving-kindness towards yourself.
  7. Loving-kindness “people towards myself” – Remember a few moments when someone else offered you loving-kindness.
  8. Loving-kindness for life – Remember a few moments when someone offered someone else loving-kindness without any connection with you.
  9. Loving-kindness in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt loving-kindness together with another person.
  10. Loving-kindness from childhood – Remember a few moments when you felt loving-kindness when you were a child.
  11. Courage in myself – Remember a few moments when you felt courage in yourself.
  12. Courage “people towards myself” – Remember a few moments when someone else gave you courage.
  13. Courage towards life – Remember a few moments when someone gave someone else courage without any connection with you.
  14. Courage in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt courage together with another person.
  15. Courage from childhood – Remember a few moments when you felt courage when you were a child.
  16. Appreciation for myself – Remember a few moments when you felt appreciation for yourself.
  17. Appreciation “people towards myself”– Remember a few moments when someone else gave you appreciation.
  18. Appreciation for life – Remember a few moments when someone gave someone else appreciation without any connection with you.
  19. Appreciation in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt appreciation together with another person.
  20. Appreciation from childhood – Remember a few moments when you felt appreciation when you were a child.
  21. Forgiveness to myself – Remember a few moments when you gave forgiveness to yourself.
  22. Forgiveness “people towards myself” – Remember a few moments when someone else gave you forgiveness.
  23. Forgiveness towards life – Remember a few moments when someone gave someone else forgiveness without any connection with you.
  24. Forgiveness in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt forgiveness together with another person.
  25. Forgiveness from childhood – Remember a few moments when you felt forgiveness when you were a child.
  26. Acceptance for myself – Remember a few moments when you gave acceptance to yourself.
  27. Acceptance “people towards myself” – Remember a few moments when someone else gave you acceptance.
  28. Acceptance towards life – Remember a few moments when someone gave someone else acceptance without any connection with you.
  29. Acceptance in relationships – Remember a few moments when you felt acceptance together with another person.
  30. Acceptance from childhood – Remember a few moments when you felt acceptance when you were a child.

Every day, for one month, try to write half a page, or one page, according to the above indications. Consider the above numbering as related to Day 1, Day 2, Day 3… Day 30.

At the end of the month, re-read everything you have written. You will notice that looking at your writings you will really understand what these six positive emotions are all about. And also you will always remember how to feel and embody these positive feelings for the rest of your life.

Share this article with a friend and inspire him to do the practice together with you for these six positive emotions.

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How to Stay Active with Kids and Family

After a while, things just seem to die down, and everything slows almost to a stop. Life becomes the same in every aspect, and people begin to lose interest. This is never a good sign and can cause a lot of harm to everyone involved. Not to mention how stressful the work environment can be and how people often spend extra time at work, compared to the time they spend at home with their family. People forget how to be physically active and play ball with their kids.

No one is to blame for this because it’s simply the natural order of things nowadays. However, you shouldn’t just sit around and expect something to change; on the contrary, you have to be the one who will take the initiative, if no one else will. So, from now on, start doing these things to stay active with your kids and family!

1. Help your Family Get Active

There’s no better way to engage in family activities than to do them together, and when we’re talking about physical activity, well, you should start doing that together as well. It isn’t difficult! All you have to do is help them understand that working out and taking a hike now and then is healthy for your bodies, souls, and family.

Reach out to your children and explain to them what’s going on. They’ll love to run around some more, especially because they’re doing it with you! You can also use kratom supplements from kratom crazy as it helps in battling any sickness.

2. Encourage Supervised Activities

When you start being active with your kids, it’s time to encourage them to be themselves. So, when you’re not available to play sports, or anything similar, encourage them to do it themselves. Teach them that having fun alone is good as well, but you need to remember that you’ll be supervising them (since you won’t be doing things with them).

Maybe you have a back issue, and you can’t run around in the yard. Sit back, relax, and keep a close eye on your kids while trying to give them ideas on how to have fun and be physically active at the same time!

3. Take Aerobics Classes Together

This is best done with your partner because small children aren’t exactly the best candidates for some aerobics. However, if your children are a bit older (for example, teenage age), then they’ll be able to go with you. Keep in mind that this can get difficult because teenagers usually don’t listen to their parents and want to be independent, but as long as you can find a mutual language and some respect, no one will have issues.

Aerobics classes have been known to reduce stress and improve health, so there’s nothing bad with going to aerobics classes with your family!

4. Design a Scavenger Hunt

If the usual physical activities become boring for your kids, you’ll have to improvise a bit. See, kids will be willing to do anything, as long as its fun for them. Because of this, it’s a good idea to create and design a scavenger hunt for them. Nothing too complicated, just a simple scavenger hunt that’ll keep your kids occupied while they’re working out through playing!

5. Redo Your Family Room

Maybe you don’t like the look of your family room anymore and want to change it up a bit. Sure, go ahead, but we recommend doing it with your kids and family! See, when I was younger, I used to love redecorating our home, and even painting the walls. Again, as long as you make things interesting for the kids, they’ll love doing whatever you ask of them. And besides, them helping you redo a family room can only bring positives into your lives!

6. Take a Nature Hike

And the final step you should do is take your kids on a nature hike! Most children (and therefore, people) love going into nature and getting the feeling of freedom. There’s nothing better than connecting with nature and being a part of it while your family is beside you. And hey, if a hike isn’t enough for you, have a barbeque!

About the Author

Angela is an editorial assistant at Kratom Crazy, a premium supplier of kratom extracts that are sold for research and educational purposes. Being working as an editor, Angela is also responsible for studying kratom effects on various health issues. Connect with Kratom Crazy through Facebook.

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50 Ways To Encourage A Child

50 WAYS TO ENCOURAGE A CHILD

According to the National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning, there are at least 50 ways to encourage a child. These are:

1. (Thumbs up)

2. You’re on the right track now.

3. You’ve worked so hard on that.

4. I heard you say how you feel, that’s great.

5. Oh, that turned out very well.

6. That’s coming along nicely.

7. I’m proud of the way you worked today.

8. You’ve just about got it.

9. That’s the best you’ve ever done.

10. You stayed so calm during that problem.

11. That’s it!

12. Now you’ve figured it out!

13. That’s quite an improvement.

14. I knew you could do it.

15. Congratulations!

16. I love hearing your words.

17. What a super star you are.

18. You solved the problem!

19. Keep working on it, you’re almost there!

20. Now you have it!

21. Your brain must be working hard, you figured that out quickly.

22. I’ll bet you are proud of yourself.

23. One more time and you’ll have it.

24. Great idea!

25. You’re amazing!

26. Terrific teamwork!

27. Nothing can stop you now.

28. You have such creative ideas.

29. That’s the way to do it.

30. Sensational!

31. You must have been practicing.

32. You handled that so well.

33. I like how you think.

34. Good remembering.

35. You know just what to do!

36. You are really persisting with this.

37. You expressed yourself so well.

38. You did it!

39. I knew you two could figure it out together.

40. Excellent job saying how you feel.

41. I know it’s hard, but you are almost there.

42. Fantastic problem solving!

43. I love hearing your ideas.

44. I know that was hard for you, but you stayed so calm.

45. Yes!

46. Look at how you helped each other!

47. You finished faster because you worked together.

48. You kept trying!

49. Excellent try.

50. You are a creative thinker.

Source of this list can be found at this link.

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Appreciate and Encourage – Positivity Begins Here

Have you ever thought why do you feel low about yourself? Why have you failed? Why haven’t you thought to be positive? Start to appreciate and encourage because positivity starts here. Answers are here and they are quite simple.

The main reason behind this is that there is nobody to appreciate and encourage you. Appreciation and Encouragement are two big motivators that you desperately need. If there was someone to appreciate and encourage you in the first place, you wouldn’t have been feeling pessimistic about yourself.

Now that you have had a retrospection about yourself and your thoughts, try to empathize for other people who are struggling and working hard for their goals. Follow these golden rules to move forward with your life.

  1. Empathize – Just try to see yourself in other people’s shoes. You know how you feel when someone discourages you. To empathize on someone is the first step to motivate someone.
  2. Appreciate – When you see people doing some great work and striving hard for their goals, appreciate. It might sound to be a simple word but its outcomes are phenomenal. When you appreciate people, they feel more confident and happy about their work and about themselves. They will be more assured that someone is complimenting them with a positive word.
  3. Encourage – Give a positive pat on people’s shoulders when you see good work. Tell them that you must do this work consistently with full interest. When you encourage them more, they will have the heart to do their work with optimism.
  4. Help – When you see people struggling, lend them your hand and offer a help. Genuine people will remember you always for your help. When you are in need, these people will help you in return. But never expect anything in return while helping people.

 These positive words have enormous power in them. Use them in your daily life and see the effects in the people surrounding you.

– Anoop

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