How to Reframe a Negative Mindset During the Pandemic

Changing what you tell yourself can turn your emotions around.

Millions of people feel more stressed than ever as the result of the coronavirus pandemic, and while it’s easy to succumb to fear, there is still room for optimism. As Joey Hubbard, Thrive Global’s Chief Training Officer, explains in the video above, there are ways to help reduce our anxiety. One technique is called “reframing,” a powerful tool that involves intentionally shifting our mindset to view moments, actions and behaviors in a more positive light. To learn how you can practice reframing in times like these, watch the video above.

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