Throughout our lives, we’re bound to come across pain and uncertainty, especially when we reach our senior years. Learning to accept that pain is a part of life and cannot be changed, helps to maintain a positive outlook, and makes a great difference on our mental state.
*Accepting the things that cannot be changed.
You can use positive self-affirmations to reduce anxiety, stress, and help you envision happiness. You start with learning to let go of what you can’t change
From there, you can be clear about the decisions going forward. That is, choosing whether you’ll accept the challenge of letting go.
*Having the courage to change what can be changed.
Once you can differentiate the things you can change and those you can’t, your path to success begins with adopting an optimistic mindset. Once your mind is clear of doubt, your goals and decision making will be much clearer.
*Knowing the difference between things that can and can’t be changed.It can help to make a list of things that ideas, prior decisions, problems, mental, and mental barriers. It will be clearer which things you can change and those that you can’t. Ask yourself if you can change anything from the list. Those that you can be changed, ask yourself if you’re sure you want to change, then ask yourself what resources are necessary, then finally, ask yourself how those resources be acquired.
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