Positive Psychology: 4 Points You Need to Know

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Positive Vibes Only:)

Spreading positivity is never out of style. There’s never enough people to talk about happiness and love amidst all the problems. I somewhat used to think that being positive is overrated or one needs to have negative moments in life and I am still figuring it out. I don’t know if it’s right or not.

Yes, being positive all the time can get annoying and even unhealthy because we suppress the tensions or sadness in our hearts and just fake positivity in this regard. Don’t do that. If you’re feeling negative, don’t suppress it. Talk and let it out because that way you will indeed feel better instead of just faking it. 

So today I want to share some points about positivity that I have experienced through the years- 

It’s all about energy

The most crucial thing about being positive is the energy that it forms. If you set down to work with a pessimistic attitude, there is a lesser chance of you completing anything efficiently and with your best effort. Your energy forms the environment around you, affecting the people in it including yourself. Being positive lets you be happy and believe in yourself. Even the people around you feel better. 

That’s why it’s imperative to select your crowd and surround yourself with positive people. They help you improve yourself without even knowing it. Maybe you can do it too!


Your body moves according to your mind. If you are not at peace with you mental health, it’s hard to be at peace with your physical health. Even when you workout, it’s all about mindset. If you’re not motivated from inside, it’s going to be pretty arduous to complete your set.


I can’t stress this enough. Positive people have a natural attraction towards them, they indeed make you feel good about yourself. I went through this personally last year. I developed a very negative and sad personality, and after a while, I got tired of it myself. And then I realized how annoying I would have been to everyone else. 

So, you might be crazy talented, or crazy beautiful, but the most attractive aspect would be your positive personality. Your optimism can indeed make someone else’s day. Keep your sight high.


Positivity comes with gratitude and gratitude inculcates positivity. You want to feel good? Replace your complaining with gratitude. The shift in your mood will be immense.It’s hidden, but every dark cloud has a silver lining. Gratitude is a big step to move towards finding it. 

This is a link to a story for you to listen! I hope it will make you feel a little bit better and positive- how we let little incidents in life affect us so much. Yes, it’s hard to stay positive all the time, but try to have more moments of positivity than negativity. It’s going to feel much better.

Keep the positive vibes flowing!

Pranjali Jain

12 responses to “Positive Psychology: 4 Points You Need to Know”

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