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7 Signs You've Become A Pessimist And How To Change It

I've never met a pessimistic person who chose pessimism as their way of thinking. It just kind of happened.

In our lives, we get burned by people. Sometimes it's accidental, sometimes on purpose. I like to think about it as the 1% rule.

If 1% of the people in your life have done you wrong, why change how you operate to the other 99%? And yourself?

These are 7 signs you may have unintentionally given in to pessimism!

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1. You downplay your successes.

We all have some successes in our lives, and sometimes you just have to enjoy those successes as opposed to downplaying them, giving credit to other people, or calling it luck.

When you've done something awesome, don't gloat, but certainly give yourself a pat on the back.

2. You find yourself giving up easily.

When you don't believe much good will come of your work, when you approach the things you do pessimistically, you tend to get derailed and give up easily.

Take a deep breath, take a break, get your face out of it for a minute, but don't let minor setbacks stop your efforts. Don't give up!

3. You have a hard time finding forgiveness for others.

Pessimists have a harder time forgiving. I know this game all too well. When I get really upset with someone, I remember that hate is like drinking a poison and expecting them to get sick.

I promise myself that I'll forgive eventually. But I still let myself feel all of those feelings. You can't deny your emotions, but you can resolve to get through them in a healthy way.

4. You expect the worst.

It's an easy thing to do when you've fallen into the habit of being pessimistic.

You can break out of expecting the worst by simply not having any expectations! I've found the fewer expectations I have, the happier I tend to be.

5. You act in selfish ways.

When you've become a pessimistic person, taking care of or minding other people gets put on the backburner. Why help others when you get nothing in return?

It's simply not a healthy way to go about your life. I'm not suggesting you always put others first, but maybe sometimes think of others before yourself. You might be surprised how good you feel.

6. You're constantly suspicious of the motives of others.

It's important to trust people until you've got a reason not to. It's not healthy to assume that others are always trying to get one up on you, even if it seems like they're helping.

If someone is doing something nice for you, assume that that's that. They're just being nice.

7. You're jealous of the successes of other people.

Yeah, sometimes it stinks to get passed up on for a promotion or to not get the girl you really like, but that's the luck of the draw sometimes.

No point in being sour about it. Think about the great things already in your life and be happy. Be happy for them too!

Are you still searching for your life purpose? You won't believe what the science of Numerology can reveal about you!

That's right, the numerology of your birth date, regardless of what month you were born, can reveal surprising information about your personality.

Unlock the messages hidden in your Personality Code now with your free personalized video report!

Click HERE to learn what Numerology says about your life using only your Name and Birth Date.

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The Four Facial Traits That Make The Most Attractive People

Researchers keep on trying to unlock the million-dollar question: what makes a person the most beautiful? The media keeps on changing the women they show as most beautiful and we keep on changing our appearance and fashion in an attempt to keep up. But the question is, do we actually ever actually "feel" beautiful?"

Does it truly come down to a science, where certain traits deem a person most attractive or is beauty relative like they say? Let's find out!

The More Symmetry The Better

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​Many experimental studies have shown that men and women both prefer faces that are more symmetrical. They even came up with ratios and masks that can measure the level of symmetry in a face, and by extension its beauty. Even monkeys have been noticed gazing longer at symmetrical faces.

But why? Well, science doesn't seem to have gotten that far. It could have something to do with evolution and our brains tricking themselves into thinking that a symmetrical face must be a sign of good health. Maybe we associate good genes with the more successful development of a facial structure.

Having "Babyface" Features

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​The idea of the fountain of youth didn't come out of anywhere. There is a belief that people are at their most beautiful in the prime of their youth, where they've grown enough to have adult features, but haven't experienced enough to lose their innocence and be affected by the environment.

From this idea, came the "baby face", where large eyes, long lashes, a cute little nose, a small chin, plump lips, and rosy cheeks are desirable. These traits can either describe a baby or a supermodel but the idea is that they reflect feelings of warmth, trust and won't argue back.

The More Average, The More Relatable

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People are actually attracted to faces that appear distinctly average. Yes, the more you look like the general population, the more attractive you can come off, which just seems ironic.

The reason some studies made this conclusion, is that teh more average a face is, the more they likely are to be a blend of genes A study, published in the journal Human Nature said that average faces might be a reflection of a more diverse set of genes, which we might subconsciously consider as stronger in fighting off illnesses.

Something About Getting Older

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Maybe women seem more attractive with baby faces but forget about youth when it comes to women's attraction to men. Women might actually end up being more attracted to men who look older according to a study.

This idea is still evolving and has something to do with women finally having a place in the workforce. The more financially independent they become, the more they like older guys, according to the study. They even named this the "George Clooney Effect" which showed women that the more patient they are, the better their chances at finding a man has more status and resources due to being older.

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Familiar Faces Per Genetics

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Ask yourself how you feel when you meet someone who looks like someone else you love? You probably automatically take a liking to them just because they seem familiar, even if you've truly never met them before. You might even just trust them right away. In the same way, the more familiar a person might feel, the more we could be attracted to them.

Another study found that the faces we are attracted to are heavily influenced by our personal experiences in life, and probably nothing more. This theory says it's not because of genetics as even twins couldn't agree on who they found attractive. It just depends on who you meet and look at throughout your life and the experiences you associate with them.

Basically You Can't Win

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Well, it turns out, even when you try to with science, you really can't define beauty. Some people are attracted to babyfaces, while some can't help but be drawn to older ones. Some people's brains attach symmetry with good health while others just want an average-looking face to continue their genes. So the message is, beauty is relative after all. I am beautiful and you are beautiful and everyone will be most attractive to someone.

Rather than focus on looks, focus on the person on the inside. You're here for a reason. This is your sign to get to know yourself better and unleash your potential.

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