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How Intentionally Being a Negative Ass Person Helped My Mental Health

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“Good vibes only,” I used to say while sipping my grande chai latte with two pumps of matcha and two pumps of classic. I really thought I was doing something as I consciously blocked out anyone and everything that could be perceived as negative, including my personal self-talk and views of the world.

All of those affirmation lists that say “You are divinely made,” and “Your life matters” were repeated as I primped in the mirror, hoping I’d really soak in the messages.

To have a positive life, you have to surround yourself with positive people, places, things, and moments, especially when you live with mental health conditions.

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