Negative emotions through lives
Negative Emotions Will Have an Effect on Your Life — Here Is Why
Well, I talked about it a lot lately and in the past. I had too many negative situations in my life that in some way affected my life.
When I had been bullied I thought that was what should be the norm for getting along with each other. I didn’t see people being nice to each other. It went worse too. The teachers at my school told my parents that I’m stupid and that I should apply — at high school — for the lowest level. I know that I am capable of doing more. But there were too many issues on my mind that I didn’t show it. I also had problems concentrating. Probably because I was thinking about all that negativity around me.
Whatever your reason is to be negative, somehow you will get over it. You will find a way to live. But before that, you should know what bothers you and how that affects your life. Negative thoughts can lead to self-damage.
When you’re in a negative spiral you have lots of negative emotions. Situations in your life that harms your wellbeing too. When you let the emotions into your life, the negative effect is enormous. What happens when you let the negative emotions through your life?
Why it affects your life
To be honest I realized it affects my life. I’ll be distracted a lot, I eat unhealthily and I think bad about myself. When you have a negative attitude towards yourself or your own life, you are getting chronic stress. This leads to aging very fast. You will get ill easier, you get illnesses faster. Also, you get a cold faster than someone with a positive attitude.
A negative attitude leads us to an unhealthy lifestyle. When we stay negative in our lives, then we have some habits we need to rethink about to get a positive attitude. The attitude we need to get further in our lives.
Thus it means we need to stay positive all the time. I know, it is not possible to stay positive all the time. Yes I know there are situations you will be negative, but sometimes we need to see positivity from the negative situations. Most of the time, it helps me to reconnect with myself.
Agnes Laurens is a writer. She writes for the local newspaper. Agnes lives in Bunnik, The Netherlands, with her husband and three daughters. Writing is — aside from playing the violin — one of her passions since childhood. She is on Twitter and Instagram.