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When something bad happens to you, don't conclude that it'll happen to you over and over again.

Cognitive Distortions - Part 2⁠⁠When something bad happens to you, don't conclude that it'll happen to you over and over again. This is what mental health professionals call "overgeneralization."⁠ Stay positive!⁠For example, you break up with someone and you believe that no one will ever love you. Or you find a dent on the door of your car, and you tell yourself, "I'm always getting dinks on my car" when you've only had two dents on your car in twelve years of driving almost every day.⁠⁠Browse the +positive masters+ universe here at www.positivemasters.com for mindset practices, motivational writing and apparel with inspirational mantras and designs to boost your happiness and counter any stress, anxiety, sadness, or anger that you may...

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Don't have an all or nothing thinking. Stay positive!

Cognitive Distortions - Part 1 Don't have an all or nothing thinking. Stay positive! The following are a couple of examples of an all or nothing mindset: "I didn't get accepted into the university that I wanted so I'm a failure" or "I lost my election because people don't like me." All or nothing is the basis for perfectionism. Such thinking makes you feel worthless because of a failure or imperfection. Absolutes don't exist. If you force your experiences into absolute categories, you'll always be depressed because whatever you do will never measure up to your exaggerated expectations. Pictured is our Positive Sign Logo Unisex T-Shirt, which you can purchase here: https://positivemasters.com/collections/t-shirts/products/plus-sign-unisex-t-shirt. We designed the positive sign on the shirt...

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In a dispute, not everyone will believe the facts. Keep doing what you can, but don't let your stress destroy your health or suck the joy out of your life.

If you're facing a dispute or litigation, all you can do is present your side of what happened. After that, it's up to the trier of fact, whether it be a mediator, arbitrator, judge, or jury. If they side with you, great! However, if they don't, tell yourself that you did what you could. Continue to do what you can, but don't let your stress destroy your health or suck the joy out of your life. My friends, I know it's tough. The truth will always live in you. Your life means a lot to those who love you. With Warmest Aloha,Jon

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