True Positivity Requires Embracing the Negative

True positivity gives you strength in difficult times. False positivity makes you weak.

Graphic by author. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay.

A good friend of mine lost her best friend recently. She didn’t die. She’s just no longer interested in being her friend.

Did they have a big fight? Snitched a secret when she was supposed to say silent? Borrowed…

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Jennifer Dunne

Jennifer Dunne

Regular contributor to The Daily Cuppa & Dancing Elephants Press📚Author of fiction and non-fiction🎓Getting PhD in Metaphysics✏️Topics: cats, positivity & life

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