- Found this in a newsletter by Denise Linn. Love it. Enjoy. :) -
1. Ask yourself: "If there was value in this experience what would it be?" This simple question can help you turn around even the most difficult situations. Research has shown that people who have undergone horrific events in their lives are more likely to survive and even thrive in the ensuing years if they have found some value in their experience.
3. Laugh: Look for what is amusing or humorous in every situation. It might not be easy at first, but there is always something, if you look hard enough. For example, if someone thinks you and your dog are homeless, laugh about it and be grateful that you are not. Laughing eases the tension and helps you to embrace what is.