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Topic: 21 Ways to Create and Maintain a Positive Attitude
Time: Aug 13, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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A positive attitude makes you happier and more resilient, it improves your relationships, and it even increases your chances of success in any endeavor. In addition, having a positive attitude makes you more creative and it can help you to make better decisions. To top it all off, there are studies that show that people with a positive attitude live longer than their sourpuss counterparts. Below you’ll discover 21 ways to create and maintain a positive attitude.

1. Have a Morning Routine. How you start your morning sets the tone for the rest of the day. Make sure that you have an attitude-boosting morning routine that puts you in a good mood so that you can start the day off right.

2. Carry An Attitude of Happiness With You. Instead of waiting for external things to make you happy, be happy and then watch how that influences the things that go on around you. That is, instead of telling yourself that first something good has to happen, and then you’ll be happy, be happy first. Happiness is an attitude, not a situation.

3. Relish Small Pleasures. Big pleasures—graduation, getting married, being promoted, having your book published—come too infrequently. Life is made up of tiny victories and simple pleasures. With the right mental attitude, watching the sunset, eating an ice cream cone, and walking barefoot on the grass are all you need to be filled with joy.

4. Smile. Smiling will give you an instantaneous attitude boost. Try smiling for a minute while you think of a happy memory or the last thing that made you smile. Smiling releases endorphins and serotonin, also known as the feel good hormones. It’s a lot easier to adopt a positive attitude when the chemicals being released by your body are conducive to well-being.

5. Upload Positivity to Your Brain. Read books with a positive message, listen to music with uplifting lyrics, and watch movies in which the protagonist’s optimism helps him/her to overcome obstacles and win, despite the odds. Change your attitude for the better by uploading as much positivity into your brain as you possibly can.

6. Take Responsibility. At any moment your attitude can be that of a victim or of a creator. The first step you need to take to shift from victim-mode to creator-mode is to take responsibility. Here’s the attitude of a creator:

  • I create my life.

  • I am responsible for me.

  • I’m in charge of my destiny.

7. Have a Zen Attitude. Think of life not as something that’s happening to you, but as something that’s happening for you. Look at any challenging situation, person, or event as a teacher that’s been brought into your life to teach you something.

The next time you find yourself thinking, “Why is this happening to me?” choose to have a Zen attitude, instead. Ask yourself, “What am I supposed to learn or gain from this”? or “How will this help me grow and become a better, more enlightened being?”

8. Be Proactive. A reactive person allows others and external events to determine how they will feel. A proactive person decides how they will feel regardless of what may be going on around them. Be proactive by choosing your attitude and maintaining it throughout the day, regardless of what the day may bring.

9. Change Your Thoughts. Positive thoughts lead to a positive attitude, while negative thoughts lead to a negative attitude. Changing your attitude is as easy as hitting the “pause” button on what you’re thinking and choosing to think different thoughts.

10. Have a Purpose. Having a purpose in life gives you a fixed point in the horizon to focus on, so that you can remain steady amid life’s vicissitudes and challenges. Bringing meaning and purpose into your life—knowing why you are here—will do wonders for your attitude.

11. Focus On the Good. In order to have a positive attitude, focus on the good. Focus on the good in yourself, the good in your life, and the good in others.

12. Stop Expecting Life to Be Easy. The truth is, life gets tough at times. For all of us. It can even be painful. But you’re brave and resourceful, and you can take it. Know that sometimes things won’t be easy, and adopt the attitude that you have what it takes to deal with anything that life throws at you.

13. Keep Up Your Enthusiasm. Enthusiastic people have a great attitude toward life. Have a list of ways to lift your enthusiasready for those times when you feel your zest for life draining away. Being enthusiastic will help you maintain the attitude that life is good and that you’re lucky to be alive.

14. Give Up On Having An Attitude of Entitlement. Think of the parable “Who Moved My Cheese?” by Spencer Johnson. Two little mice and two miniature people are put in a maze. Here’s what happens:

  • When the mice discover that the cheese isn’t where it’s supposed to be, they immediately get to work on finding another piece of cheese.

  • The two miniature people, instead, get angry that the cheese has been moved. They waste time expressing outrage and blaming each other.

Stop demanding that things be handed to you. Your attitude at all times should be the following:

  • It’s up to me to get what I want.

  • Good things come to those who work hard.

  • I adapt to change easily and quickly.

  • I keep going even when things get tough.

15. Visualize. When things aren’t going your way, keep a positive attitude by visualizing yourself succeeding and achieving your goals. When Nelson Mandela was incarcerated—in a tiny cell that was just 6 feet wide–he kept his hopes up by visualizing himself being set free.

Mandela once said, “I thought of the day when I would walk free. Over and over again, I fantasized about what I would like to do.” By visualizing his release he was able to maintain a positive attitude, even when he found himself under extraordinarily difficult circumstances.

16. Limit Your Complaints. Whining about anything and everything is not conducive to a positive attitude. When you complain you’re saying negative things about a person, place, or event, without offering a solution to fix the situation. Instead of complaining, do the following:

  • Remove yourself from the situation.

  • Shift your perspective about the situation.

  • Offer a possible solution.

  • Accept that there’s nothing you can do to change the situation and that complaining about it just fosters negativity.

Constantly complaining leads to a bad attitude. So stop complaining. Instead, start looking for solutions or accept what cannot be changed 

17. Watch Your Words. Use positive words when you talk to yourself. Studies have found that positive self-talk can boost your willpower and help you psych yourself up when you need to get through a difficult task. In addition, it can calm you down when you’re worried or anxious. If you want to change your attitude from “I can’t do this” or “I’m going to fail”, to “I’ve got this” or “I’m going to do great”, change your self -talk. 

18. Use The Power of Humor. People who know how to laugh at themselves and at life’s absurdities have a great attitude. Your sense of humor is a power tool, and you can use it to lift your mood and enhance your emotional state at any time. When something goes wrong, ask yourself, “What’s funny about this?” A humorous perspective will have a positive effect on your attitude. 

19. Use Gratitude to Improve Your Attitude. When you find yourself focusing on what’s wrong in your life, what you don’t have, or what you’re missing out on, adjust your attitude by feeling gratitude. Studies show that having an attitude of gratitude is beneficial for every aspect of your life: being grateful improves your health, your mood, your relationships, your career satisfaction, and on, and on. If you need an attitude lift simply think of all the things that you have to be grateful for.  

20. Develop an Attitude of Curiosity. The best way to approach any situation is to be open to what you can learn from it. That is, be curious.Curiosity gives you a present-moment orientation which is similar to mindfulness. Being curious about a situation allows you to experience it more fully. In addition, curiosity will help you to approach uncertainty in your daily life with a positive attitude.

 21. Seek Out Others With a Positive Attitude. A positive attitude is contagious. When you feel that you need an attitude boost, find someone with a great attitude and look for an excuse to hang out with them. Their attitude can’t help but rub itself off on you and you’ll be able to face the world with renewed optimism.

Conclusion

John Mitchell once said the following: “Our attitude toward life determines life’s attitude toward us.” The 21 tips above will help you to keep a positive attitude at all times. Live your best life by having a great attitude.

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Topic: POZitive Attitudes THURSDAY ZOOM TOPIC – JULY 30, 7 PM

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Burned by his cheating boyfriend (and some mild chlamydia), a heartbroken pushover turns to an evil Magic 8 Ball for the answers in this queer dramedy about love, hate, and the importance of getting tested regularly.

 

Time: Jul 30, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

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THURSDAY ZOOM TOPIC – JULY 30, 7 PM

LET’S HAVE SOME LAUGHS

 

PRESENTING AN AWARD WINNING

13 MIN. GAY COMEDY VIDEO:
“MAGIC H8 BALL”

Followed By A Light Discussion:

STD’S & Other Fun Stuff 

 

– Group Open Topic

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Magic H8 Ball

Burned by his cheating boyfriend (and some mild chlamydia), a heartbroken pushover turns to an evil Magic 8 Ball for the answers in this queer dramedy about love, hate, and the importance of getting tested regularly.

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Time: Jul 30, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Hi Everybody, here are a few movies and shows we have enjoyed. Some are on Netflix, Hulu or HBO. Well worth the subscription during a pandemic. Highly recommend the Free viewing of HBO’s ground breaking documentary about the recent LGBT persecutions in Russia & Chechnyas called “WELCOME TO CHECHNYA.” Also, loved the HULU comedy series “LOVE VICTOR” (a sequel to LOVE SIMON). The boys are cutie pies. Send your picks to: John at Jramos4000@aol.com. Enjoy and stay safe. 

 

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  • From Academy Award-nominated director David France (How to Survive a Plague, The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson) comes Welcome to Chechnya, a powerful and eye-opening documentary about a group of activists risking their lives to confront the ongoing anti-LGBTQ persecution in the repressive and closed Russian republic of Chechnya.

  • With unfettered access and a commitment to protecting anonymity, this documentary exposes Chehnya’s underreported atrocities while highlighting a group of people who are confronting brutality head-on. The film follows these LGBTQ+ activists as they work undercover to rescue victims and provide them with safe houses and visa assistance to escape persecution.

  • Watch this HBO Documentary Free

    Welcome to Chechnya

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“LOVE VICTOR” ON HULU (THE SEQUEL TO “LOVE SIMON”)

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Love, Victor (on HULU)

TV14 • LGBTQ+, Drama, Teen • TV Series • 2020

Set in the world of the original 2018 film “Love, Simon,” the series follows Victor, a new student at Creekwood High School on his own journey of self-discovery, facing challenges at home, adjusting to a new city, and struggling with his sexual orientation. When it all seems too much, he reaches out to Simon to help him navigate the ups and downs of high school. This show is sweet, funny and worth watching.

 

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THE LAST CZARS (ON NETFLIX)

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The Last Czars is a six-part English-language docudrama TV-series that premiered on Netflix on July 3, 2019. There are magnificent sets, costumes and scenery. For those who like history, this is a must see that explains how and why the Communist Party came to power in Russia. The plot revolves around the Romanov family, the last royal family of Russia, which ruled until the Russian Revolution finally deposed the last czar, Nicholas II, in 1917. It is part documentary, part drama that starts with Nicholas II’s accession to the throne, the outbreak of the Russian revolution and ends with Nicholas II’s eventual ejection from the throne.[1][2][3]

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THE SHOW MUST GO ON: QUEEN+ADAM LAMBERT

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The Show Must Go On follows the behind-the-scenes activities between Lambert and original Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor since Lambert’s American Idol debut in 2009. The pair first performed together singing ‘We Are the Champions’ on the reality TV show and then decided to work together on a larger scale through several tours, eventually creating the Queen + Adam Lambert brand.

The Show Must Go On contains rare concert footage and interviews with Lambert, his parents Leila and Eber, Brian May and Roger Taylor, Simon Cowell, Bohemian Rhapsody star Rami Malek and Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins. The documentary is a two-hour special that will focus on the rise of a collaboration that would lead to “200 sold-out show in arenas and stadiums across the world.”

 

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Meet the Dutchess of Hyde Park, a sweet Pekingese dog. Our friend and group member Stan Roller is looking for a home for this lovely dog. He is making arrangements for this pet due to Stan’s health condition. My plan would be to have someone take her immediately after I’m gone. I will add a stipend for the cost of her care for whoever takes her, I’m thinking a couple of thousand dollars,” says Stan.

First a little bit about Pekingese in general. They’re a very small breed. Usually range in weight from 9 to 14 pounds. They have a lifespan of about 10 to 14 years. It’s also one of the oldest breeds they’ve been around since the Chinese emperors. And in fact at one point it was a death penalty offense to own one if you are not an approved member of the Chinese royal family. They are not yappy dogs, but will bark if they think you’re in danger (like someone’s at the door).

 

So if you or anyone you know that is dependable can take her please give Stan a call at 414 248 5457.  Stan can be reached at email at Stan.roller.1962@gmail.com.

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Stan says: “More about Duchess: I adopted Duchess in the spring of 2008 when she was about 8 months old from a small Rescue Agency. At the time she was very submissive, and in fact she still is, and had been clearly abused. I suspected a small boy had been hitting her since she was absolutely terrified of small children especially little boys. She’s much more social now but small kids still scare her. She loves other animals, and in fact I had to leave pull her back on the leash one time to keep her from chasing a coyote. This breed of dog tends to live 10 to 13 years. So she does have a little bit of arthritis. She also has epilepsy that requires no treatment and seizures happen about once a month at tops. The seizures are not anything to worry about. Although she tends to be nervous around new people she does warm up to them and is a very friendly sweet dog. My current circumstance is the only one in which I would even consider giving her up”

 

So if you or anyone you know that is dependable can take her please give Stan a call at 414 248 5457.  Stan can be reached at email at Stan.roller.1962@gmail.com.

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Steven Stagon is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: How to turn Negative Thoughts into Positive ones.  HERE IS LINK TO ARTICLE and/or SEE BELOW LIST

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Thus learning how to be positive is a skill. It can be learned by anybody. But how can we train our mind and fill it with positive thoughts?

Most of the experts suggest seven common things to do to be happy. Here are the quick tips:

1. Do good things to others.

Doing good things to others have two benefits. First, you help others to overcome something. Second, it makes you happier. Doing good thing can be as simple as helping an old man crossing the street. Or, offering your seat to a pregnant woman on the bus. The thing is, a simple act of help makes you feel better.

2. Appreciate simple things.

Most people find it hard to stay happy because they focus on the negative side of their experience. They forget that their world does not only revolve around few negative things.

If you want to be happy, spend time appreciating simple things around you. It could be a beautiful sunrise, a bird, or a pet. These things have a significant impact on your well-being.

3. Develop a strong social relationship.

Your social interaction can do so much for your happiness. Widen your world by making new acquaintances. The better your social connection, the happier you’ll become. And happiness, not negative thoughts, makes you healthier and allows you to enjoy a longer life.

4. Have an attainable goal.

Be realistic in your goals. People who have impossible goals often end up in frustration and stress. Furthermore, forget about perfection. The more you strive to be perfect, the more you drag yourself from the reality. Because there’s no perfection. It only exists in the mind, not in reality.

5. Develop new skill.

Don’t be stagnant. Learn something new. Even simple things. It could be a sport, a hobby, or something that can boost your self-confidence. Anything that improves yourself, will be helpful to make you feel better.

6. Self-acceptance.

You are not perfect. And there’s nothing to feel ashamed about it. In fact, it is healthy. Imperfection is the very essence of being human. Instead of hating your own mistakes, strive to accept them. Accept the reality that you have flaws. People who don’t accept who they are, accumulate negative thoughts and hatred inside. Ultimately, they lose the opportunity to appreciate the real meaning of their life.

7. Develop resilience.

Negative thoughts cannot do any good to you. Resilience does. Do not complain about life. Instead, find ways to turn negative events into positive ones. Champions have this habit. They always make their failures a motivation to pursue their dreams. You can do it too by being resilient. Do not retreat. Always get back up when you fall.

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Topic: How to turn Negative Thoughts into Positive ones.  HERE IS LINK TO ARTICLE and/or SEE BELOW LIST

https://psychlens.com/negative-thoughts/


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Thus learning how to be positive is a skill. It can be learned by anybody. But how can we train our mind and fill it with positive thoughts?

Most of the experts suggest seven common things to do to be happy. Here are the quick tips:

1. Do good things to others.

Doing good things to others have two benefits. First, you help others to overcome something. Second, it makes you happier. Doing good thing can be as simple as helping an old man crossing the street. Or, offering your seat to a pregnant woman on the bus. The thing is, a simple act of help makes you feel better.

2. Appreciate simple things.

Most people find it hard to stay happy because they focus on the negative side of their experience. They forget that their world does not only revolve around few negative things.

If you want to be happy, spend time appreciating simple things around you. It could be a beautiful sunrise, a bird, or a pet. These things have a significant impact on your well-being.

3. Develop a strong social relationship.

Your social interaction can do so much for your happiness. Widen your world by making new acquaintances. The better your social connection, the happier you’ll become. And happiness, not negative thoughts, makes you healthier and allows you to enjoy a longer life.

4. Have an attainable goal.

Be realistic in your goals. People who have impossible goals often end up in frustration and stress. Furthermore, forget about perfection. The more you strive to be perfect, the more you drag yourself from the reality. Because there’s no perfection. It only exists in the mind, not in reality.

5. Develop new skill.

Don’t be stagnant. Learn something new. Even simple things. It could be a sport, a hobby, or something that can boost your self-confidence. Anything that improves yourself, will be helpful to make you feel better.

6. Self-acceptance.

You are not perfect. And there’s nothing to feel ashamed about it. In fact, it is healthy. Imperfection is the very essence of being human. Instead of hating your own mistakes, strive to accept them. Accept the reality that you have flaws. People who don’t accept who they are, accumulate negative thoughts and hatred inside. Ultimately, they lose the opportunity to appreciate the real meaning of their life.

7. Develop resilience.

Negative thoughts cannot do any good to you. Resilience does. Do not complain about life. Instead, find ways to turn negative events into positive ones. Champions have this habit. They always make their failures a motivation to pursue their dreams. You can do it too by being resilient. Do not retreat. Always get back up when you fall.

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Topic: We’re celebrating Fashion Day a week late. Wear your most fashionable or outlandish outfit or T-shirt. Make a statement to shock or awe. Then you can describe it & we’ll critique it.  Let’s have a little fun, then we’ll open the meeting up to other topics.
Time: Jul 16, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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