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How to Hack Toxic Positivity and Level Up Your Authenticity with AI

Hey, ladies! Do you ever feel like you’re surrounded by toxic positivity? You know, that annoying habit of some people to always tell you to look on the bright side, to smile more, to be grateful for what you have, and to never complain or have negative opinions. Sounds familiar?

Well, let me tell you something: toxic positivity is not only annoying, it’s also harmful. It can turn us into robots that are programmed to react only in a way that pleases others, without honoring our true feelings and needs. It can make us ignore the reality of the situations we face, which can lead to poor decisions, missed opportunities, and wasted resources. It can also make us lose empathy and connection with others, who may have different perspectives and experiences than ours.

So, how can we avoid toxic positivity and embrace a more balanced and authentic way of living? Here are some examples of toxic positivity that you should avoid:

  • When your friend tells you that she lost her job and you say “Don’t worry, everything happens for a reason. Maybe this is a sign that you should pursue your passion for knitting.” No, it’s not. It’s a sign that the economy sucks and your friend needs a new job.

  • When your partner tells you that he is feeling depressed and you say “Come on, cheer up. There are people who have it worse than you. Just think of all the starving children in Africa.” No, don’t. That’s not helpful. That’s just guilt-tripping your partner and making him feel worse.

  • When your boss tells you that you have to work overtime and you say “Sure, no problem. I love my job so much that I don’t mind sacrificing my personal life and health for it.” No, you don’t. You hate your job and you deserve better. Quit now and find something that makes you happy.

But be careful not to fall into the opposite traps of being different just for the sake of it. B

Being different means having your own opinions, not rejecting everything that society expects from you. Sometimes, society is right and we can learn from it. Sometimes, society is wrong and we can challenge it. The key is to find the balance between fitting in and standing out.

One way to find this balance is to use AI as a tool for personal growth and social change. AI can help us understand ourselves better by analyzing our opinions, behaviors, values, and goals.It can also help us learn new skills, discover new opportunities, and create new solutions for the problems we face. Such as:

  • Remente app: This is an app that helps you get your life together. It helps you set and track your goals, plan your day, assess your life balance, journal your mood, and access courses and articles on various topics. It helps you avoid toxic positivity by helping you deal with your feelings in healthy ways, and seek help when you need it. Because sometimes you just need a hug. Or a therapist. Or both.

  • This is an app that helps you grow as a person and make a difference in the world. It helps you reflect on your day, strengthen your mindset, learn new skills, and achieve your goals. It also provides you with bite-sized books and tutorials on various topics. It helps you avoid toxic positivity by helping you challenge yourself and learn new things, and by providing you with honest feedback and encouragement. Because sometimes you need a reality check. Or a pep talk. Or both.

So, what do you think? Are you ready to ditch the toxic positivity and become more authentic? Let me know in the comments below! And don’t forget to subscribe to my blog for more awesome content like this! And if you don’t like it, well…that’s life


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