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September 13, 2018

The Positive Thinking Day

Start changing the way you think on Positive Thinking Day this September 13! It’s too easy to think negatively with all the stress and the problems that we face on a daily basis. In fact, sometimes we even have this ridiculous idea that if we expect the worst in any given situation, we save ourselves from big disappointments that we could never probably recover from.

If you’re someone who tends to think about a lot of negative junk on a normal basis, why don’t you consider flipping the coin to know what it’s like to have a positive mindset? Do you know that if you choose to take a more optimistic view rather than its opposite, you gain stronger immunity, much better coping skills, and a lower risk of developing heart disease?

What are you waiting for? Decide to start taking out the garbage in your head so that you can replace them with thoughts that can help you live better.

‘How Can I Become a Positive Thinker?’

Changing the wrong thinking habits we’ve formed over the years could take some time. A constant awareness is required to be able to overthrow any sign of negativity in our heads. However, don’t be discouraged. Veteran Car Donations has come up with four easy strategies that can help you transform into a naturally positive thinker:

  1. Pay attention to how you think about yourself.

There’s no point in being too critical and unforgiving towards your own weaknesses and failures. You have to learn to love and accept yourself despite all your imperfections because, to be honest, you’re the only person you can never get away from. The best way to do this is to recognize any negative or critical thought about yourself and actively replace them with positive ones.

  1. Cultivate humor.

Do you know that humor is a positive and playful perspective that will keep you from being rigid in your thought patterns? With humor as an ally, an individual who miserably failed at something is less likely to fall into the pits of depression because he tries to recognize the humor in his situation.

  1. Hang out with positive people.

We have to admit that the kind of company we keep will eventually influence our way of thinking no matter how set we think we are in our own ways. If you want to brighten your outlook in life, surround yourself with lighthearted folks who’ll never feed your negative thinking. Being around people who share positive stories and give positive affirmations will undoubtedly trigger a deep sense of optimism in you.

  1. Practice gratefulness.

Start your day right by being grateful for every good thing in your life, no matter how small they may be. As you fix your eyes on what you have instead of what you don’t, your perspective changes and the way you handle challenges and obstacles improves.

  1. Help a person in need.

The best way to take the spotlight off ourselves is to focus on the needs of others. You’ll feel great knowing that you’ve made someone’s life a little better. On that note, if you want to donate a car to help several IRS-certified 501(c)3 nonprofits provide much-needed services to our military veterans, feel free to contact us at Veteran Car Donations at our toll-free 24/7 hotline 877-594-5822 today!

To know more about our car donation process and how you can receive a hefty tax deduction out of your donation, visit our FAQ’s page. For inquiries, you may call us or contact us online. You can make your car donation by filling out our online donation form. We accept vehicle donations anywhere in the United States since we have car donation programs in all 50 states.

Practice Makes Perfect!

Think Happy Be Happy Coffee Mug - VeteranCarDonations.orgYour thoughts will lead you to your future. Remember that learning how to think positive thoughts is a skill that develops through constant practice.

If you do any or all of the above-mentioned strategies on a regular basis, your negative mindset will become completely transformed.

Get that positive vibe going on Positive Thinking Day this September 13!

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