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I was reading over an old notebook this morning and I came across this comment, "I always think I don't like things, and then I do."  In other words, my negative thinking can't always be trusted and perhaps should be avoided altogether. Here are some examples of negative thinking I've encountered in myself and others recently.

Example 1: Yesterday I was talking to a woman who was about to go on a coffee date with someone she met on line.  She was super nervous about it. The poor gal kept talking about how she had worked hard to style her hair and it just looked stupid and there was nothing she could do about it at this point.  I personally felt her hair looked fine and I told her so.  Maybe they'll hit it off and have that rare, but often pleasant, second date? Anything's possible.

Example 2:   I keep getting an email notification from my school district telling me that I'm way past due for watching the informational video about Slips, Trips and Falls. …

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