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jinee asked:

10 Nov 2010

how to remove possesivness?

to remove possessiveness & negative thinkig



mistress1209 says:

Posted on 10 Nov 2010

all those feelings actually stem from insecurity. question is, what's causing you to be insecure? it's normal to have some negativity in ourselves to some extent but sometimes, we have to realize that we have the ability to be the best of who we are. And anything beyond that is out of our control. One just needs to focus more on the good things and the best possibilities. Not as easy as it sounds, I know. Yet no matter how much people around you make you feel special, if you refuse to believe one else will.


firefox_12 says:

Posted on 10 Nov 2010

The simple joys in life are the best cures for that.

Laughter is the best medicine (my favorite saying of all time :P)


funky hats


people that make you laugh (guy friends, mainly. That always works for me.)


good hot mexican food (always takes your mind off of anything you were thinking about)


Shopping with friends


cool winds

beautiful paintings



stupid tv shows



warm sweatshirts


In short, I would say keep yourself busy and surronded by things and people you love and care about. Remember, they love you just as much, if not more. It's always worked for me when I'm down, and I know this is a little more serious than that, but I think it will work just as well. Sometimes these feelings comes from lack of attention or the feeling that people don't like you as much as they used to. Trust me, they still love you and we do too. Being surrounded by the things that make you happy provides stability and a conscious thought of being happy. :)


fathima says:

Posted on 11 Nov 2010

Possessiveness stems from fear of losing a thing or losing someone. It is devoid of sharing because of this great fear.

Get rid of this fear and you'll surely overcome your possessive nature.

First, start in becoming more generous with your things. Share with others. If you find pleasure in doing it, then you are ready for the next step.

The next step is on Relationship.

As in your things, share your friends with other people. Don't possess your friends as if they only belong to you.

This is also true for boyfriends / girlfriends / spouses. They somehow belong to you, but they also need spaces to grow and inter-act with other people. That's why we have this thing: boys' night out and girls' night out. It's fun and good for the emotional and mental health to be with others too.

Are you this "person" having a possessive nature? If so, you are on the right track. You recognize your weakness and you want to improve.

It is difficult to overcome at first but it will become easy with the passage of time and self-determination.

Good luck!


fathima says:

Posted on 11 Nov 2010

A few Tips to over come negative thinking.

Each time you catch yourself thinking a negative thought, reject the thought, and think a positive one instead.

- If you catch yourself visualizing failure, visualize success instead.

- If you hear yourself uttering negative words, change to positive words instead.

- When you say, "I cannot", say, "I can".

- Do you repeat negative words and phrases in your mind? Change them to positive ones.

- Open your mind to positive attitude and expect positive results.

- Decide that from today, from this very moment, you are leaving negative thinking behind, and starting on the way toward positive thinking and behavior.

It is never too late to change your attitude and your life.


sena95 says:

Posted on 11 Nov 2010

I think after time the negative thinking will go away but you are probably stressed out now ... so dont worry girl :) sometimes i have negative thinking but i always try to ignore it and that is what you should do.


firefox_12 says:

Posted on 10 Nov 2010

Yep. She is right.


jod_mets says:

Posted on 11 Nov 2010

I agree one hundred percent.

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