Why Positive Words Matter?

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“Why Positive Words Matter” is a resource of information from different articles/videos gathered at Positive Words Research in one article to support the statement that positive words actually matter and they matter a lot in sustaining our well-being and happiness.

How we do this:  We gather as much information we can about the topic “Why Positive Words Matter?” and add in this article links (together with an excerpt) from other articles/videos that explain why words or positive words matter.

1. “Words Matter!” article published on 03/22/2016 on the website Huffington Post

Excerpt from this article:

“Let us change our mindset, our self-talk. We must start today to honor and appreciate all that we do well. Let us own our successes, our uniqueness, and embrace all our gifts and talents, our beauty, our health, happiness, and creativity…. . Let us start with the words: I AM… The two most powerful words. What we place after these, shape our beliefs and determine our destiny. Let us be mindful about the words we speak: “I am healthy. I am Blessed. I am brilliant. I am successful. I am loved. I am beautiful. I am sexy…” are some of the words that if we continue to speak over ourselves, will propel us to achieve self-confidence, regain our self-worth, and elevate our consciousness to levels that will take us to new heights and happiness that is beyond measure.”

You can also find at Positive Words Research two articles that give insights about the power of I AM: “I AM are two powerful words” and “Whatever follows I AM will come looking for you”

2. “Want to live longer? Think positively! People who believe they are healthy tend to outlive those who worry about how they feel.” article written on 29 February 2016 on the website Daily Mail (Mail Online)

Excerpt from this article:

How people perceive their health acts as a guide to how long they will live. Scientists found those who were more positive tended to live for longerHow easy activities like. How easy activities likehousework are can also be a indicator of life length. Researchers say it could help them screen out those in need of help

3. 5 Words And Phrases That Can Transform Your Work Life

4. Researchers find older adults respond to emotional terms more positively

 

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