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25 Positive Words Related To JOY

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Positive Words Research has made a research on the positive word joy. We have found 25 positive words related to Joy.

Joy is a good word and is the label for the positive emotion Joy. You can look at the related nice words for Joy as ingredients to feel the positive emotion of Joy.

Use the power of positive thinking in your advantage. Create a positive vibe in your mind that you give you positive energy to put into your projects.

List of Positive Words Related to JOY

  1. FELICITY
  2. LIGHTNESS
  3. ENJOY
  4. RADIANCE
  5. CHEER UP
  6. EXUBERANCE
  7. SATISFACTION
  8. EXULTATION
  9. DELIGHT
  10. ECSTASY
  11. CONTENT
  12. CONTENTMENT
  13. GLAD
  14. GLADNESS
  15. BLISS
  16. ELATION
  17. EXHILARATION
  18. JUBILANCE
  19. GAIETY
  20. JOYFULNESS
  21. REJOICE
  22. PLEASURE
  23. HAPPY
  24. HAPPINESS
  25. EXCITEMENT

In order to feel the positive feeling of Joy we recommend using the above 25 powerful words in your daily vocabulary. In addition research every one of the above 25 inspiring words to find more information about them.

Implement into your daily life small practices for every nice word. You should feel a little bit of every good word. Be creative. Do very small things. That will add up. And the positive energy of Joy will bless your life every day.

Find below five lovely quotes about joy to brighten your today.

5 Joy Quotes To Brighten Your Day

“When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.” ― Rumi

“Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy.” ― Thich Nhat Hanh

“I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.” ― Tagore

“Joy is what happens to us when we allow ourselves to recognize how good things really are.” ― Marianne Williamson

“Vulnerability is the birthplace of love, belonging, joy, courage, empathy, and creativity. It is the source of hope, empathy, accountability, and authenticity. If we want greater clarity in our purpose or deeper and more meaningful spiritual lives, vulnerability is the path.” ― Brené Brown

Positive Words Research – 25 Positive Words Related To JOY

Choosing Your Words Wisely In an Argument

Choosing Words Wisely

We wouldn’t be human if we didn’t argue. It’s the source of new ideas, and the universal language of building and resolving our everyday issues. Arguments wage war, bring peace, and uphold a sense of law and order throughout our communities. We even argue with ourselves.

Whether you love to argue, or you avoid it like the plague, you will surely encounter many more situations where you will have no choice but to stand your ground. Come equipped with common sense and a simple strategy.

Shut Up and Listen

I know, it hurts. You feel like everything they say is wrong. You’re just waiting for them to take a breath between words so you can interrupt, step forward, and throw your arms around to make your point louder. Instead of immediately going on the defense, try taking a step back. Put enough space between you and the other person so they can breathe, and comfortably say what they need to say. Then, let them say it — let them say all the wrong things and even nod your head and encourage them to continue.

Though it may not seem like they notice, they do. Subconsciously they feel less threatened, and they can see you acting less hostile. You might even notice the tone in their voice normalizing. Listen long enough, and they’re bound to want to hear a reply. This will give you the opportunity to be heard when it’s your turn to speak.

Remain Calm and Collected 

Some of the greatest arguments of all happen inside a locker room during halftime at a sports game. The players gather and blame, they point a trembling finger at anyone but themselves as an attempt to avoid the coach’s disapproval. The coach is their sagacious wizard, and must conduct an effective halftime speech to each individual player to both analyze and inspire the situation as a team. This is not easy. Their job is on the line, and they realize that now is not the time to be punching lockers or strangling players. They must remain focused on the end goal.

The same rule is applied in personal situations. Keep your head steady. When it’s not, you’re more likely to say something impulsive and possibly hurtful to your argument. Remember the old adage: Think before you speak.

Critique the Argument, Not the Person

This still applies even if the argument has to do with you or your opponent. Don’t attack the person, address the topic. Many people feel the need to condemn their opponent, and insult their intelligence. This is lousy, and what typically turns a sporty argument into a fist fight. Think of arguing as a game of chess: Always be three steps ahead of your opponent, plan out your maneuvers, and strike their defense where they least expect. Those that feel the need to critique their opponent, creating vicious ad hominem attacks, have blatantly admitted to losing the argument.

Many people want to know how to win any and all arguments, as if there was some magic phrase they can hiss to make their argument more justifiable. Unfortunately, that’s not how it works. You have to open your eyes to the situation and be creative, because arguing is the hardest art form to master.

Logan Randall

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Words That We Are Interested In At Any Age

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I found today this inspiring tweet:

The 4 pictures were accompanied by the words At this age I’m only interested in. I thought that these 4 words are actually words that we are interested at any age. Do you agree that we need consistency, stability, respect and loyalty most of the time?

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200 Positive Words and Phrases & Word Rocks

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I was navigating on Pinterest and I saw an amazing post pinned called Word Rocks “Amazing list of 200 positive words and phrases. Great for teachers, parents, and students.” written by Jamey Ekins. In this post, Jamey wrote a story in which two little girls painted some rocks with positive words and spread happiness all around them. The pictures of the two girls and the rocks with positive words are so beautiful. You need to see them! The positive words that you will find in the pictures, with the two lovely little girls and the painted rocks, are Joy, Compassion, Inspire, Laugh, Believe, Make a wish, Be kind, Be happy, Hope, Smile, Forgive, Miracles, Love.

Super mega awesome!

Jamey assembled this great list of 200 positive words and sayings that you can print and use it in your projects.

I researched more and found an amazing very inspiring project made by Carolina Marques and her son Antonio Monteiro. They both paint rocks with positive words and then they leave for free the rocks on the street to be found by random people. All they ask in return is a picture with the rocks, once someone finds them.

You can also do this!

It is actually easy. All you need to do if paint several rocks with inspirational words and leave them at random places for people to find. In this way, you will do a random act of kindness and spread love and happiness.

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