Monthly Archives: August 2012

Here we go again! Is positivity really bad for you?

In today’s post we will discuss a recent article, , “The Power of Negative Thinking”, published in the New York Times on August 4th. It would be reasonable to expect that anything that appears in the NYT is well-vetted, but … Continue reading

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Reducing Negativity in Your Mind and Your Life

To improve our positivity/negativity ratio, positives have to increase and negatives have to decrease. Fortunately, a limitation inherent in our brains leads to an automatic reduction of negatives as we increase our positives. Our brains have enormous capacity for memory, … Continue reading

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