Turning Negative Thoughts into Positive

Keeping a Positive Mindset

Turning Negative Thoughts into Positive

Lanielyn Larrauri, Staff Writer

It has been becoming increasingly difficult for many to hold themselves together since the beginning of quarantine, struggling with mental health, physical health, and relationships. Keeping a well-rounded mindset may feel unreachable but you’re not alone. Turning negative thoughts into positive isn’t as easy as many people make it seem but it is something that you are capable of accomplishing. 

I want to remind everyone that we are all in different environments and are learning at different paces. I am extremely proud of everyone during this time and if you feel you aren’t doing as well as you want to it is OKAY. What matters the most is your personal health you are proud of what you have been able to achieve so far. It’s not most important the grades that we get, but the experience we earn from it. What you’re doing now just to get through the day is ENOUGHAs long as you are trying your best, no matter the grade you receive, YOU are ENOUGH. Grades don’t determine the type of person you are or how smart you are. At the end of the day, it all comes down to how hard you believe you’ve worked and how proud of yourself you are for persevering through these experiences because you’re the only person that can determine how hard you’ve worked to get where you are. This doesn’t only apply for our grades but for other aspects in life as well. Even just a little bit of progress is something to be proud of and I am incredibly proud of all the obstacles you’ve been able to conquer so far.

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