Positive Thinking

What is positive thinking?

It's well- known as "Optimism". Positive thinking actually means approaching life's challenges with a positive outlook. It does not necessarily mean avoiding or ignoring the bad things, instead, it involves making the most of potentially bad situations, trying to see the best in other people and viewing yourself and your abilities in a positive light. It is a mental attitude reflecting a belief or hope that the outcome or some specific endeavor, or outcomes in general , will be positive, favorable, and desirable. People with an optimistic explanatory style tend to give themselves credit when good things happen, but typically blame outside forces bad outcomes. They also tend to see negative events as temporary and atypical. 

On the other hand, individuals with a pessimistic explanatory style often blame themselves when bad things happen, but fall to give themselves adequate credits for successful outcomes. They also have a tendency to view negative events as expected and lasting. As you can imagine, blaming yourself for events outside your control or viewing these unfortunate events as a persistence part of your life can have a detrimental impact on state of mind. A positive person anticipate happiness, health and success believes he or she can overcome any obstacles and difficulty.