Developing A New Attitude


 Developing A New Attitude

It's hard to break away from your routine and start living differently. If you want to give it a try, take it step-by-step as this blog post will show.

If you find yourself feeling down about life, or if your life feels unsatisfying for some other reason — or, even if you just need a change — there's one thing you can do to help yourself out of that funk: get a new attitude! In this post, we'll go through three steps to help you develop a new attitude and start living more positively. It may not always be easy but the results will definitely be worth it!

1) Accept that something is not right in your life.

Just because you're used to living your life a certain way doesn't mean that you have to continue it indefinitely. If something is not making you feel good about yourself or your life, accept it, as hard as that may be.

2) Try coming up with some personal ideas and goals for improving.

Of course, if you've already got an idea of what changes would make your life better, by all means run with that! But if not, think of some things you could try that are different from how you usually do things. For example:
One: Say something encouraging to someone who needs support every day.   Two: Take a walk every day.   Three: Write down your goals and what you need to do to accomplish them.
Three: Work towards those goals.
The most important thing is to take action and make changes in your life. There will be ups and downs, but if you're learning and growing, eventually you'll turn that frown upside down!
About: The author is a certified personal growth coach who helps people stay positive so they can live their dreams. He also enjoys writing articles on new ways to boost your self-esteem. Follow him on, or read more from him at .
Source: Developing A New Attitude - Kamal Jain - The Mind Unleashed
Footnote: The three steps to developing a new attitude include: Accept that something is not right in your life. Try coming up with some personal ideas for improving. Work towards those goals.
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Rant by Kiteser Softwares
"  After a while you realise that it's not just an image full of people and flashing lights but a place full of real people who want to be or want to get something out of this place. You see men, women and children from different parts of the country working day and night to earn a living. Of course they want to enjoy themselves while they are here but it's just not possible.  You learn that no one cares about you as long as you can make them money, your friends don't care, your parents don't care, even your lover doesn't care because no matter what he says he's still getting his share of your money.  No one is ever concerned on how you are doing or if you are ok perhaps if they are even concerned that you exist. Because like I said no one cares about you. You are alone in this big city and its cruel reality." 
For more on the topic, check out my post on Rant.
About: Author is a Software Engineer currently based in Bangalore, India. He loves to write poems and blogs in his spare time. The poem featured here is titled "Craving" and can be seen at . The author can be reached at .
Source: Loneliness - You are alone in this big city
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For more on this topic, read my previous blog post: Humility or Self-honesty ?. You can also check out my Loner's And Socialites? - The Silver Lining post.
About: The author is a Software Engineer currently based in Bangalore, India. He loves to write poems and blogs in his spare time. The poem featured here is titled "Entitlement" and can be seen at . The author can be reached at .
Source: Humility or Self-honesty ? - Kiteser Softwares
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The most important part of a relationship seems to be the intimate connection, I really believe it is. As humans we seek love and intimacy, but it's rarely as simple as what we perceive. Unless you're in a nuclear family or are friends with your mate's families, chances are you're sharing your lives with other people, even if only for a certain period of time. Ergo, there are going to be times when you share something intimate with another person: your bedroom, bathroom, couch...etc. ... And sharing alone is not all that bad, but there's also the issue of compromising. Without it, you're never going to understand this person.
What do I mean by compromise? As a recent example. Think about a time when you and your friend where out partying and he or she suddenly decided to bring your new significant other along. Most likely, the two of you are going to have a talk before it happens and make sure "the best friends ever" don't get too carried away with each other.

I'm not trying to say that you don't love the person you're in a relationship with, or that friendships don't matter and should not be taken seriously. This post is simply to point out the difference between romantic and platonic/friendly relationships. The first one is more intimate in nature and requires a substantial amount of compromise. At the same time, friendship can also become close and meaningful, but it's just different.
About: The author is an American currently working in Taiwan. He enjoys writing about life experiences as well as various aspects of society and culture. Check out his recent blog postings by following him on Twitter (@Sebastian_Moraine) or Facebook (Moraine Sebastian).

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