Do You Have A Warrior’s Mindset?

 

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Because every now and then you just need to be reminded. You’re welcome!

 

As someone who fought a long battle with depression for the majority of their life, I’d have to say one of the most important steps I’ve taken is cultivating a warrior’s mindset. A mindset that isn’t just positive but resilient, looking for ways to overcome, and seeking creative ways to move forward. When I first started to train myself to think positively, it felt fake because it was on the opposite end of the spectrum to how I felt. I realized that my negative attitude and defeated mindset was getting me nowhere fast.

While it felt strange and awkward to think so contrary to how I felt, I continued to cultivate positive thoughts. Over the course of six months, I realized it was really starting to make a difference. It took daily dedication and effort but the persistence paid off! Nearly four years since I began challenging my negative thoughts and negativity doesn’t stand a chance! Today I just wanted to encourage you to create a habit of cultivating positive thoughts. Training yourself to nip those negative thoughts in the bud and focusing on solutions instead of problems will empower you to build a warrior’s mindset!

Wishing you all that you need to support you in your journey!

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17 thoughts on “Do You Have A Warrior’s Mindset?

  1. Hello Niki,

    yes, I also believe that positivity and with that happiness is a one great habit .You did it and that should be a big motive to all humans to start to make some changes in their lives .In their minds.When we change our thoughts our whole life will change too

    Thank you

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  2. I to have suffered with depression all my life but four years ago I fell into chronic depression and I to have focused on the positive even when it hard .. Are ask myself what happened to bring me to this dark place.. Thanks for sharing and Happy Monday..

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    1. I can’t say what’s right for you, but I would like to encourage you to continue to find ways to cultivate positive thoughts. On my personal journey, once I was able to climb out of the pit of the darkness is when I was able to begin the healing portion of my journey. I was too weak and injured to do the work it took at that point. It took making progress to go back and heal. Each journey is different but maybe that will help you in some way. I encourage you to visit my business site and download the 30-day practice that I have available. It’s currently complimentary for a limited time. I have a feeling it might support you with this journey. Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to leave your transparent comment. Sending you lots of love!! ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀

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  3. Hey fellow writer.. Very well written.. healing is a process of chain of positive thoughts. Usually people begin with a small step but loose their way because maybe they expect immediate results. But, its also important to accept that positive thoughts need to be a part of our daily life. All it takes is patience with positivity.. πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you ❀ I agree, it's a process. In a world of immediate results it can be hard to remember that not everything is as easy as the touch of a button. Patience, persistence, and positivity ❀ Thanks for stopping by ❀

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  4. This is awesome! If anything you habe to take away anyone or anything that is negative out of your life. Glad to know you were able to do this! You should check out a blog I love that is similar to what you are talking about here it is called “daily stoic”. And also I would recommend the “art of possibility” just finished reading it!

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    1. Thank you so much, I appreciate it. Very true! In my case, I was the most negative person in my life which is why I had to remove that from the inside out. Thank you for the suggestions! ❀

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