How To Find Joy In The Holidays After Divorce
Your attitude precedes and determines the quality of your emotional state.
In other words, if you have a positive attitude about a situation, you’ll experience a positive outcome. Why? Because negative thinking promotes a negative outcome.
If you’re having negative thoughts and feelings about the upcoming holiday it’s in your best interest if you’re able to interrupt those negative thoughts with positive thoughts.
“I won’t have my kids for Christmas this year. It’s going to be a terrible Christmas without them. I can’t imagine enjoying Christmas without my kids.”
“Christmas is going to be different this year without the kids. They are safe and having a blast with their Dad and his family so, knowing that will help me enjoy my Christmas holiday.”
If you’re able to flip the negative thinking and put into practice positive thinking you’ll have a far better chance of having a great Christmas.
Happiness, contentment, peace of mind and holiday spirit come about by adopting a positive attitude.
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