As I go about my daily business dealing with people on all different levels, from parents, to grandparents, rich folks, poor folks, teachers, coaches, sales associates and so forth. I have discovered that the one thing all these people from different lifestyles have in common is they all use negative words when speaking.
I felt it necessary to reach out to mankind via this website and ask that all people begin to replace negative words in their speech with positive words. I have compiled a list of positive words and negative words for your review. The news media, the newspapers, the radio shows and different sitcom’s, movies we watch or listen to daily are filled with negative words.
If we are going to grow as a society and reach higher enlightenment we need to stop talking negatively. Further more you will feel better about yourself when speaking positively. People do not realize the negative impact negative words have on your subconscious mind.
Also when speaking negative people may get the wrong impression of you and most people do not want to associate themselves with negative people. This will not be easy for you because our society is in a stage where everything seems so negative and is betrayed as such.
Here is a list of positive words to use when speaking or writing to others.
Able, absolved, abundant, accepting, accomplished, active, adored, appreciated, attractive, authentic, awesome, balanced, beautiful, believing, blessed, blissful, brave, courageous, credible, daring, decisive, defended, dependable, desirable, dignified, dynamic, eager, easy-going, ecstatic, efficient, elegant, emancipated, empowered, encouraged, energetic, energized, excited, expressive, faith, fantastic, favored, firm, flexible, focused, forceful, forgiven, free, fulfilled, gentle, genuine, gifted, glowing, good-natured, graceful, gracious, gratified, grounded, happy, healed, helpful, heroic, high, honest, high, honest, honorable, hopeful, humble, humorous, indendent, infatuated, innocent, inspired, intelligent, interested, invincible, invited, jovial, joyful, judicious, kind, learning, liberated, light, lighthearted, loved, loyal, lucky, magnetic, marvelous, masterful, mature, meek, merciful, mindful, modest, motivated, neat, noble, non-judgmental, observant, open, open hearted, organized, outgoing, pacified, passionate, patient, peaceful, perfect, persevering, pleasant, pleased, popular, positive, powerful, praised, precious, prepared, present, productive, proficient, prosperous, protected, prudent, punctual, purposeful, qualified, quick, radiant, rational, reasonable, reassured, recongized, redeemed, relaxed, release, reliable, relief, replenished, respected, responsive, rewarded, rooted, satisfied, secure, selfless, sensational, sensible, sensitive, serene, simple, skillful, smooth, spirited, splendid, strong, successful, supported, sustained, tactful, teachable, temperate, tender, thankful, thoughtful, tolerant, tranquil, triumphant, trust, unbiased, unhurried, unique, unselfish, upheld, valiant, valuable, valued, virile, vital, warm, wealthy, willing, wise, wonderful, worthwhile, worthy, zealous.
Replace all negative words with positive words. We need to stop thinking, speaking and writing negative words.
Here is a list of negative words to stop using remove them from your vocabulary.
abandoned, abused, accused, AFRAID, agitated, agony, alienated, animosity, argumentative, arrogant, ashamed, at fault, awful, bad, baffled, banished, bashful, belitted, belligerent, betrayed, bitter, blaming, boastful, dread, dreary, embarrassed, empty, enraged, envious, estranged, excluded, exploited, failure, faithless, fatigued, FEARFUL, feeble, filthy, flighty, flustered, forgetful, forgotten, forsaken, frantic, fretful, friendless, FRIGHTENED, frustrated, furious, gloomy, good for nothing, grieved, grim, grouchy, guilty, gullible, harassed, hardened, harsh, oppressed, outcast, outraged, pained, panicky, paranoid, peculiar, phony, pitiful, powerless, prejudiced, puny, pushed, put down, rebellious, regretful, rejected, remorseful, repulsive, resentful, resistant, responsible, restless, restrained, restless, restrained, restricted, risky, rotten, ruined, rushed, bored, bugged, captive, careless, censured, chaotic, chastened, cheap, cheated, childish, clingy, clumsy, conceited, condemned, confined, confused, contradictory, controlled, cowardly, cranky, crazy, crippled, critical, critcized, cruel, crushed, cut off, cynical, debased, deceitful, deceived, defamed, defeated, hatred, haunted, heartless, hindered, hopeless, horrible, hurt, hypocritical, ignorant, immature, impaired, imprisoned, inadequate, indecisive, ineffictive, inefficient, inept, inferior, insecure, insulted, intimidated, ruthless, sad, sarcastic, scattered, scorned, shaky, shallow, shameful, shocked, shot down, shy, sinful, slammed, sorrowful, spiteful, stifled, stingy, stressed, stubborn, stumped, stupid, suffering, suicidal, slow, small, stressed, stubborn, suspicious, tactless, tearful, tense, terrible, thoughtless, threatened, timid, defiant, defiled, degraded, dejected, demanding, depressed, despair, destitute, destroyed, difficult, discouraged, disgraced, dismayed, disparaged, distorted, distrustful, disturbed, irresponsible, jealous, joyless, lacking, limited, livid, lonely, lonesome, lousy, mad, malicious, manipulated, mean, miserable, mistreated, misunderstood, mixed up, moody, naive, narrow minded, negative, nervous, obnoxious, trapped, troubled, unable, uncertain, unhappy, unmindful, unpleasant, unsure, unwise, upset, useless, vindictive, violated, violent, wasted, weak, weepy, whipped, withdrawn, worried, worthless, wounded, doubled minded, doubtful, drained, obsessed, obstinate, obstructed, offended, opinionated, opposed, wounded, wrong.
Good day to all