Changing Your Narrative Can Change Your Life
For me this is almost an instructional article for me. I'm usually too caught up in my story and it has it's share of "what if this happens....biting nails) One thing I have done from Robyn Castellani's list is I've stopped watching so much news. I allow myself an hour a day. That's a start. "See the river, not the rocks," is a real good one for me to focus on. I think I live a lot of my life on the defensive - keeping my eye out for what could go wrong. I for some reason think that is keeping me safe. But it doesn't really. I'm posting that on my wall. See the river! I'll let you know how it goes. : )
Want To Change Your Life? Change Your Narrative. Here's How.
When scientists at Yale University followed adults for twenty years to uncover the secrets to a long life, they found one revelation that could change everything. People who had a positive view of aging in midlife lived an average of 7.6 years longer than those who had a negative view.