Dear Negativity,

Don’t come near me ๐Ÿ™…๐Ÿพ. I am tired of you thinking about what could possibly happen and the worst case scenario of what may happen. I need you to take a step back before you speak. Do you really understand how your words affect people? Do you understand not everyone is able to keep their composures in tough situations? You love to come with your personal fears and try to impose them on others. 

Listen here!

It is okay to be nervous and scared. When you admit it, it makes others feel a connection with you because the emotion of fear is relateable. 

But if you go around telling people what could happen and foresee the worst in a situation, you are blaring out negativity. 

“This could happen, what if, do you know if , did you know, Are you ready for, what would you do if, I know if,” are usually how you start your sentences. 

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The person in the opposing side is listening and their stomach is dropping and they began worrying in fear that your questioning may come true. 

Ugh, your worries belong to you and God. Your walk with him will solve everything.

How ever your being finds positivity,  it needs to be dwelled upon because your negative Nancy self needs to retire. 

But if you choose to spill out your worries on others you create a ripple effect that may or may not be undone. 

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Before you start the convo you should ask yourself these questions:

What would happen when I impose others  with my negativity? 

What are the reactions of others when I tell them negative things? 

Am I confiding, or developing fears in others?

What are my  intentions behind telling this person this information?

Did I  really think about what I was saying before I said it?

Am I minding my own business? 

How will this be beneficial to my future?

Am I helping myself or this person grow?

How would I feel if someone told me this information?

If you’re response to any of these questions is no! Keep that toxic information to yourself. 

I have seen how my negativite actions have affected others. I hate seeing other people with anxiety. 

I’d rather bring joy to a tough situation. A positive spin is key to happiness. I can’t explain the feeling of bringing joy to others with a simple smile. It is rewarding to laugh even when the going gets rough and tough. 

Some things to think about………….

How can you be more postitive?

Did something great happen today? If not what obstacle did you make it through?

What is the best case scenario? Dwell on it.

 How would you feel if it happened to you or you were apart of it? 

Make a connection to it. 

Try your best not to worry about it. 

Keep your mind on something else. 

If you are spiritual pray

Negativity, I want you to find something else to do because you are messing with the wrong one. I am armed with ammunition to fight off your negative nature. ๐Ÿ™…๐Ÿพ 

Sincerely,

Positivity 

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