Emotional Contagion

Have you ever clocked in at work happy ready to siege the day only to have coworkers depress you in no time?

Or you hear people complaining about this or that and before you know it, you to are complaining?

Or a family member always looks at the glass half empty rather than half full?

Or be around someone who complains about anything and everything all the time. To hot ,to cold to wet , to dry, and on and on and on…..

Peoples emotions are contagious.

Emotional contagion is the phenomenon of having one person’s emotions and related behaviors directly trigger similar emotions and behaviors in other people.

So try to choose happiness, gratitude, joy, also if you have any chronic condition think healing and pain free.

Keep those thoughts positive vs negative.

Your mind will become open to amazing things. 
Try it for 14 days you will be so glad you did. 
Everyday when you wake up write down 3 things pen to paper that you are grateful.

In the middle of the day send an encouraging text to someone.

Find something good in every day

It will change your outlook on everything just give it time. 

I want to spread happiness, love, joy, positivity and I want people to think of me as uplifting, positive happy. 
Do have pain yes somedays worse than others and somedays I am so frustrated I could just scream.

But I noticed have a couple chronic conditions, complaining about it to everyone I meet isn’t helping my pain any. But I have noticed that when I choose to be positive in spite of pain, sadness whatever it is I can pull myself out of a funk.

“Kinda like fakebit tip you make it”
Emotions are more contagious than any disease a smile or a frown will spread faster than any virus. 

Have a happy positive sunny lovely painfree day 

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