The way a person reacts to anything, creates a consequence no matter what happens. Whether it be frustration, bliss, or sadness, each emotion can change the atmosphere of a situation almost instantly.
Being an optimistic individual gives life a more fulfilling experience. Taking in each event and looking at it positively brings back positive results. It's almost like an investment, where if you put in positive energy into a given situation, you'll more than likely get a positive reaction back. This allows a more gratuitous, fantastic, and prodigious lifestyle in the course of anyone's life. Staying positive is an optimum way of living everyday.
Now while being positive has its upsides, being the opposite is the same consequence. Negativity goes out, negativity comes back. I'd like to stay off the topic, only because of the previous sentence.
There are given times where negativity or positivity just comes out. That's fine. Being positive 100% of the time disrupts a balance in yourself, almost feeling like you're holding it all in. The reverse however, is much more detrimental in my opinion. My suggestion in a balancing scale would be to be about a 70:30 ratio with positivity in favor of course.
Food, focus, and balance all come back in this post by guiding a more positive lifestyle. Staying healthy, focused on a subject, and not going overboard on anything all help towards staying happy. The consequence though is being disciplined enough to keep it all in tact. Stay positive, stay balanced, stay happy people!
Just a heads up on why I'm a little late on this post:
First of all I apologize. I've become occupied by just becoming an uncle approximately 16 hours ago, along with being accepted to a University and taking care of the paperwork. I had a difficult time picking a topic to write on, but I felt that with positivity being reinforced, it will not only help everyone who takes it to the next level, but help myself in keeping stress to a balanced and optimistic level. Either way I hope people didn't forget the blog, I'm still here!