Stop wishing to be more positive and just do it! For everyone that is tired of feeling drained and emotionally exhausted, this book shows you how to stay positive at work and during negative situations. Plus, it gives you tips on how to remain positive when you are around negative people.Major depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States. In fact, anxiety disorders have become the most common mental illness in the U.S. affecting nearly 40 million adults. Sadly, many women will experience an anxiety disorder at some point in their lifetime; nearly 60% more likely than men.Take steps today to banish the negativity in your life. You are valuable, and your time is valuable, so don’t waste another moment feeling angry, sad or anxious. You are competent, and you can do this! Being a more positive, happier, and healthier person is not a future event. You have the power to make it happen; you just need to start!Some other insights you can gain from reading “Yes! I Want to Be More Positive” are: *It focuses on the importance and the benefits of surrounding yourself with positive people. *Gives you strategies that one can use to combat negativity including meditation, positive self-talk exercises, finding activities that make you feel centered, and using positive affirmations. *The book highlights the importance of incorporating physical exercise, getting adequate sleep, and proper nutrition to keep you feeling good while reducing your stress levels. *Through positive quotes, affirmation examples, and end-of-chapter self-reflection exercises, one can begin to identify the negative elements in their life. The reader will be able to start reducing the negative aspects of their life, and begin a life filled with more positivity. *Feel more positive by turning off the TV, reducing screen time, and logging off of social media sites. Spend the extra time doing things that you would not normally have time for like going for a walk or visiting with your neighbors. *Becoming more positive has shown to have health benefits such as lower rates of depression, reduced levels of stress, and a greater resistance to common illnesses. A positive outlook may help you handle stressful situations better, which, in turn, reduces the harmful effects of stress on your body. *Being negative will increase your stress levels which may lead to hypertension and other ailments. Use the strategies in the book to counter such adverse effects. *You can achieve positive thinking in the workplace when you focus more on solutions rather than the problems, and making excuses. *Speaking positive phrases can help you achieve positive results. Avoid phrases that limit your competence and ability including ”I can’t” or “I’m not good enough.”You have the power to make it happen today. Embrace the power to control how you will respond to negative people, ideas, and situations. Realize that no one can make you feel inferior, angry, frustrated, or bad without your permission.