Carnival of Positive Thinking
Each Sunday I post articles which will help with our depression and get us thinking more positively. Enjoy
Snowden presents Inspiration for Women: Timer Tools for Productivity posted at Inspiration for women., saying, “A blog about a free timer and how you can use it to increase your personal productivity and improve your life.”
Frankie Minus Johnny presents Self-Hate posted at Frankie Minus Johnny, saying, “Setting realistic expectations grounded in truth may not instantly transform me into a superstar, but it will help increase my self-love and decrease my self-hate.”
Allen Scott presents Failure Proof posted at Journey Across the Sky, saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words so the saying goes. Add to that picture a few words of hope and you just might have a winning post. Check it out!”
christopher foster presents The joy that waits on the other side of disillusionment posted at thehappyseeker.com
Dr. Alan Singer presents FamilyThinking.com with Dr. Alan Singer: Some Discover Greater Joy in Coping with Great Grief by Dr. Alan Singer posted at FamilyThinking.com, saying, “Here is my blog post about 2 fathers that i know who suffered the unspeakable tragedy of having a child murdered. In each case, these men did not swear to avenge the death. Rather they sought to make the world a better place and established worthy organizations that help our fellow human beings.”
Susan White presents 100 Free Quizzes for Your Self-Improvement and Awareness posted at Online College Reviews – College Ratings.
Robert Logan presents The Most Important Positive Relationship posted at Emphasizing the positive. Minimizing the negative..
Brain Blogger presents
>Prevention of Adolescent Depression posted at Brain Blogger, saying, “Children and adolescents of depressed parents are four to six times more likely to develop depressive symptoms themselves than children of non-depressed parents. This translates to approximately 61% of children of parents with depression developing a psychiatric disorder during their life.”
Paula Kawal presents Valuing Your Intuition posted at Journey Inward Productions, saying, “Have you ever found yourself in the completely unexpected situation of realizing that being aware of our intuition and being compelled to act upon it can be two different things? Awareness for some is enough to change behavior but for others something more is needed…as many people are aware of their intuitive responses and are still unable to follow them.”
Health Fitness How To presents
>Yoga is a Great Way to Get Fit and Healthy posted at Health Fitness Article Directory, saying, “Besides, walking, the oldest and most effective form of exercise one can do is Yoga. Yoga involves the whole person–body, mind and spirit.”
ChristianPF presents Sowing and Reaping posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “Proof that what goes around, comes around…”
Susan McCabe presents Unconditional Joy posted at Joy of Living, saying, “Unconditional Joy is the path to healing and all things wanted.”
Christopher X. Gerber presents Fixing Depression posted at Experiment: Gerbus, saying, “Cognitive Therapy, Depression and the power to change for the better.”
Erin Pavlina presents Going Up a Level in Courage posted at Erin Pavlina's Blog, saying, “If you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, or are a regular reader of my blog, you may have noticed that I sometimes make comedic references to my dislike of public speaking.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of positive thinking using our carnival submission form.