Probably the most repeated words when we talk to someone who feels down is to encourage them to think positive, to see the brighter side of the problem. Focusing on positive aspects of our lives is indeed good. It gives us the energy to move forward and to cope with anything that puts us down. But can positivity become toxic? I mean, can constant dwell on “being positive” be actually harmful? And what should we avoid if we want to be approachable and be true support for our friends or family?
I came upon the article discussing this aspect of constant positivity. You can find it on the below link.
A quote from the article: “Simply being with your loved one is the kindest act of compassion.”
Enjoy your reading.