The thoughts we think control everything. Our thoughts control our health outcomes, such as anxiety, depression, and more. We all think negatively occasionally, but continual negative thinking harms mental health.
Negative thinking is not defined as having a few negative thoughts; instead, it refers to a negative thinking pattern about your surroundings and yourself.
Many times it’s the same, repetitive negative thoughts that keep repeatedly surfacing, day in and day out. Feeling sad or upset about particular things that happen in life is normal, but the continual negative thinking needs attention, and you want to gain control of it to improve your mental health. “Negative thinking is a thought process where people tend to find the worst in everything or reduce their expectations by considering the worst possible scenarios.Read more on powerofpositivity.com