Create Positive Thoughts Daily I Nora Oliver I


1. YOUR THOUGHTS

You can focus on what’s going right or what’s going wrong. What you think is how you feel so why not focus on the positive! You get to choose if your thoughts are overall more positive or negative! Cut back on the negativity and happiness will follow.

2. YOUR PRODUCTIVITY LEVEL

In all aspects of your life- whether its with work, with your family, or friendships- each day you get to choose how productive you are. Make sure you’re setting the time up to nurture special relationships and reach your personal goals.


3. YOUR VIEW OF YOURSELF

We can’t control what other people think. Everyone will form their own opinion, what matters

is how you see you. Be firm in how you know yourself and be confident.

4. YOUR WORK ETHIC

Every single day you can choose to put the work in to grow your knowledge and success. No one is successful overnight but if you choose to work hard daily, success will come.

5. YOUR SCHEDULE

Having a routine is key! If you include one thing you KNOW you can do each day you will set yourself up for a feeling of success and accomplishment. Even something as small as making the bed each day can feel rewarding!

6. HOW YOU TREAT OTHERS

Think of the Golden Rule! You can’t change the way people treat you but you can choose to treat others better.

7. YOUR MEALS

What goes in is what shows on the outside! And the better you eat the better you will feel both physically and mentally.


8. YOUR LEVEL OF HONESTY WITH OTHERS AND YOURSELF

Honesty truly is the best policy. It fosters better relationships with others and with yourself.

9. THE IMAGERY YOU ALLOW IN YOUR HEAD

This is in line with your thoughts, you get to choose what goes in! The TV shows you watch and the articles you read have an impact on your perspective and worldview. Put good things in!

10. THE STRUCTURE OF YOUR SPACE

You can control how clean your space is. I know I personally feel a lot better when things are clean!

Take responsibility for your choices and go easy on yourself for what’s out of your hands! Live each day with the intent of being productive, positive and grateful.




Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is characterized by persistent and excessive worry about a number of different things. People with GAD may anticipate disaster and may be overly concerned about money, health, family, work, or other issues. Individuals with GAD find it difficult to control their worry. They may worry more than seems warranted about actual events or may expect the worst even when there is no apparent reason for concern.


GAD is diagnosed when a person finds it difficult to control worry on more days than not for at least six months and has three or more symptoms. This differentiates GAD from worry that may be specific to a set stressor or for a more limited period of time.


Sometimes just the thought of getting through the day produces anxiety. People with GAD don’t know how to stop the worry cycle and feel it is beyond their control, even though they usually realize that their anxiety is more intense than the situation warrants. All anxiety disorders may relate to a difficulty tolerating uncertainty and therefore many people with GAD try to plan or control situations. Many people believe worry prevents bad things from happening so they view it is risky to give up worry. At times, people can struggle with physical symptoms such as stomachaches and headaches.


Signs and Symptoms of GAD

  • Feeling nervous, irritable, or on edge

  • Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom

  • Having an increased heart rate

  • Breathing rapidly (hyperventilation), sweating, and/or trembling

  • Feeling weak or tired

  • Difficulty concentrating

  • Having trouble sleeping

  • Experiencing gastrointestinal (GI) problem

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Relationships are a fundamental part of life. No matter what you want to achieve, it is much easier when you have other people who can help and support you along the way. Toxic people treat you badly and give you the wrong idea about what you should expect from relationships. Toxic people take more of your time than good people because they cause more problems and are just hard to deal with. While you will certainly have to deal with toxic people in your life; from my experience, you can quite often just cut them out of your life. The reason you can do this so easily is because while toxic people are more demanding; they offer very little, if any, value to your life.


Not all relationships are equal. If you are a kind, caring person, it is likely that you want to treat everybody equally. That is perfectly commendable and when it comes to treating people with respect and dignity; it is achievable. But it does not mean that you should treat all relationships as equal. Whereas great people will make important contributions to your life and your happiness, joy and success will be greater for it; there are also toxic people who create a lot of problems but contribute little, or nothing, positive to your life. You can treat toxic people with respect without giving them time or attention that they do not deserve. ‘Hello’ is usually enough for these people. They have no desire to return your respect or to add anything positive to your life. So, why give them the time? Stop treating all relationships as equal and start gifting your time and attention to those who are truly worthy of it.





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