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Your Toxic Thoughts Are Destroying Your Happiness

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Your thoughts are powerful. That’s why you should be careful to not let toxic thoughts fill your mind with negativity. Negative and toxic thoughts will slowly but surely destroy your happiness. Here are some thoughts that you should stay away from.

1. FEELINGS OF ENTITLEMENT

When you stop feeling entitled to getting something from people, you will reach a new level of freedom and happiness. Feelings of entitlement are destructive feelings that can ruin the relationships you have with other people.

2. REFUSING TO ACCEPT THE TRUTH

The first step towards getting your life together is seeing everything for what it is. Start thinking critically and objectively about things that are important to you and remove your rose-tinted glasses.

3. WORRYING ABOUT WHAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK

Stop wasting your energy thinking about how other people perceive you and what they think of you. That’s their business. You should only focus on yourself and your life.

4. THINKING YOU ARE NOT LUCKY

Luck is an interesting concept. You may experience strokes of good luck and strokes of bad luck. But thinking that you are not lucky is destructive and it won’t lead you anywhere.

5. WISHING YOU HAD SOMETHING YOU DON’T HAVE

Stop wishing for the things you don’t have and instead be thankful for the things you do have. Focus on them and the people you love that are close to you.

6. WAITING FOR THE RIGHT TIME

The time is NOW! Grab your chance and go after your dreams and goals.

7. THINKING THAT YOUR LIFE SUCKS

You may not have everything that you wanted, but you are lucky to have a roof over your head, clean water to drink, food to eat, and internet and a computer to read this article. So, your life is not that bad.

8. BELIEVING THAT IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT

Yes, some things are not your fault, but some are. Stop thinking you are always right and start taking responsibility for your actions.

9. THINKING THAT YOU WILL FAIL

So what? Failure is a part of life. That’s how you learn. That’s how you grow.

10. THINKING THAT YOU ARE NOT GOOD ENOUGH

This is the most destructive and self-harming mindset that you can have. You are good enough. Stop thinking less of yourself and instead focus on becoming a better person every day.

Mary Wright