3 Tips for Staying Positive

Could YOU use a little “positive” in your life right now?

You’re not alone.  2020 has given us all a run for our money.  Here are 3 tips for staying positive:

Perspective

A 16-year-old with ADD shared that she has learned to say to herself: “Everyone has challenges.  Mine is ADD.”  This attitude has allowed her to problem-solve her challenges instead of stressing about them. 

Take Control of Your Self-Talk

Science has proven that our words are powerful.  Beating ourselves up for mistakes or challenges never helps.  You can’t change the past, but you can learn from it.  Taking a “what did I learn?” approach with yourself is kinder and more productive!

Gratitude

What we focus on becomes magnified and more important in our mind.  Start and end each day with gratitude.

 

At Stowell Learning Centers, we help children and adults permanently change their learning and attention challenges by identifying and developing the inefficient underlying processing or learning skills at the root of the problem.

If you are concerned about your child’s reading or school learning, watch THIS VIDEO to learn why some smart kids struggle and what can be done to change that permanently.

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