Thoughts: Positive or Negative

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I heard in a sermon recently that negative thoughts take up twice as much room in the brain as positive ones. That means a healthy brain has to work twice as hard to push those thoughts out. Now what about the impaired or chemically imbalanced brain. That is HARD work…

Assisted or unassisted anyone who struggles with mental health issues has my full and complete respect, no matter what triggers them. Quieting the mind is no easy task and takes a lot of discipline. What works best for me is remaining mindful of the present moment, meditation, music therapy and positive affirmations. I’m still waiting for the off switch, but my doctor says it’s not quite perfected yet.

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