Negative Self-Talk | Bad Effects And Solution

Negative Self Talk | Bad Effects And Solutions

The words have control and influence in your life. Many times you have heard and read words spoken with others can make your friend or enemy. Have you ever thought about how much your words matter? Positive self-talk can make your day bright but negative self-talk can make it stressful. 

Negative Self-Talk | Bad Effects And Solution

We are often taught that our actions speak louder than our words. But if you recall the past you will realise the words have more power than actions. Because you can correct wrong actions, but words once said cannot be taken back. 

From time to time most of us experience self-talk and it comes in many forms. Many times we experience negative self-talk and that creates significant stress and become an obstacle for success. This kind of talk has bad effects on our body, mind, our life, and our loved ones.

Do you waste a lot of valuable time on negative self-talk? For eg., you are not good enough, smart enough, talented enough to do something and achieve success. This kind of negative thought creates fear in your mind and you lose courage and energy to start and move forward to achieving the goal.

Your words matter and the words you self-talk and with others can impact everything in your life. Click To Tweet

The secret to changing negative self-talk by renewing your mindset

Bruce Pulver | TEDxFlowerMound

Bruce Pulver is obsessed with words. He was downsized in his career, and after that, he had to change his mindset to navigate a new path.

In this talk, Bruce Pulver explaining why the words you use matter and how changing your words can change your mindset.

Words change lives and save lives. Sometime’s you have to use those words instead of waiting for someone else to give them to you. You can change your own life.

Positive Self-Talk

This infographic displays how negative thinking can be changed by using positive self-talk to more positive thinking. This will result in feeling better overall.

Positive Self-Talk

From Visually.

Stop saying these negative things about yourself. Look in the mirror and find something about yourself that’s positive and celebrate that!

How to stop negative self-talk?

Positivity can find a solution to every problem.  Read motivational books and articles, surround yourself with good friends, listen to relaxing music for stress, keep engaged and reduce free time.

Try to do small physical activities like gardening, kitchen garden, cleaning household articles, vehicles etc. These all will help to keep the mind engaged and increase the chance to positive self-talk. Meditation is a great way to end negative thoughts.

Jim Kwik Video

In this video Jim Kwik shares one of the most important methods to end negative self-talk.


Negative self-talk can keep us from being productive and partaking in the abundance that life has to offer. To enjoy and become successful in life, we should learn to stop this. 

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