Positive Abbreviations: Reframing the Negativity into Positivity

Last Update on September 19, 2022 : Published on July 20, 2020
Positive Abbreviations

Recently, I attended a webinar of Calm Sage and learned the art of having a positive mindset. Additionally in my blogs, I often mention looking for positivity in negative situations. A little bit of positivity in negative situations shines like a full moon in a dark night. And the irony is everyone loves the full moon in the dark night.

Similarly, a little bit of positivity in every negative situation brings back the resilience to fight back and never give up. With these thoughts running in my mind, I thought why not create a positive dictionary by using all the negative words. So, I worked on this idea, and in this blog, I have created a mini positive abbreviation dictionary.

I bet after reading the meaning of negative words, you will also learn how to look for a positivity outlook of negativity. Therefore, keep this blog always handy, and whenever you start thinking negatively read the positive abbreviations. Let’s get started.

Activity: Create your Positive Abbreviations, share with us through the comment section and we will add in our blog.

Positive Acronyms for Positive Thinking

    A

    ABC: Acceptance, Belief, Change

    ACTION: Any Change to Improve our Negativity

    ANGER: Always Neutralize the Good Energies into Resilience

    B

    BAR: Be Always Resilient

    BEST: Been Enjoying the Strength Today

    BUT: Be Ultimate Today

    C

    CALM: Creating Aspiring Living Motivating man

    CANT: Cut the Negative Thinking

    CHAOS: Choosing Honesty And Optimism over Stress

    CRAP: Cut the Resentment Against People

    D

    DEAD: Don’t Ever Admit Defeat

    DETACH: Don’t Even Think About Changing Humanity

    DRY: Doing Resilience Yourself

    E

    EGO: Ease-up the Growing Optimism

    F

    FAILURE: Fearless, Arrogant, Interesting, Liberal, Ultimate, Resilient, Energetic

    FAITH: Fear Ain’t In The House

    FAITH: Finding Answers In The Hope

    FAITH: Facing An Inner Truth Heals everyone

    FEAR: Fighting Ego And Restlessness

    FEAR: Face Everything And Recover

    FEAR: Forget Everything And Rock

    FEAR: Fail Early and Responsibly

    FEAR: Finding Everything And Realizing the truth

    FINE: Fearless, Independent, New and Excited

    G

    GUILT: Go and Uplift the Insane Loudness in Trouble

    GREED: Get-up and be Responsible for Every Energy and Deeds

    H

    HATE: Higher the Affirmation, Tasteful the Efforts

    HOPE: Hold on, Pain Ends

    HARM: Hold on and Adapt the Resilient Manner

    I

    INSANE: Improved, Nasty, Strong, Arrogant, Nice, Energetic

    ILL: I Love Lord

    IGNORE: I was Grown Not to Obsess, but to be Resilient and Energetic

    J

    JOKE: Joy, Optimism, Kindness and Energy

    JUNK: Just be Ultimate Not Kinky

    K

    KILL: Kindness Is Love and Life

    L

    LIE: Low Intensity for Ego

    LOVE: Living Our Victories Everyday

    M

    MEAN: Making Excellence a Necessity

    MESS: Making positive Energy out of Ego, Sadness, and Stress

    N

    NAG: No Arrogance and Guilt

    NO: No Other tantrums

    P

    PAIN: Pause And Invite New opportunities

    PREY: Pour Resilience in Each Youth

    PACE: Positive Attitude Changes Everything

    PUSH: Pray Until Something Happens

    R

    RID: Restless, Improved and Discontented

    S

    SAD: Strong and Delicate

    STRESS: Strength towards Resilience, Energy, Smartness and Success

    SHIT: Strength Highs in Troubles

    SOBER: Spirituality Over Booze Ease the Recovery

    T

    TIME: Things I Must Endure

    W

    WILL: When I Live Life (peacefully)

    WORRY: Wrong or Right Remain Yourself

    Y

    YANA: You Are Not Alone

    YES: Youth Enjoys Strength

I hope this blog helps you to understand the power of a positive mindset and how to create your own positivity. Comment down your self-made creative positive abbreviations for negative words.

Thanks for reading!

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About The Author

Aayushi Kapoor

Aayushi is a Content creator at Calm Sage. By education, she is a food technologist and nutritionist in making. Her constant interest towards the improvement of mental health drawn her to write. She likes to make an asynchronous connection with her readers. Her mantra for living life is "What you seek is seeking you". Apart from this, she is a foodie and dog lover.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Robert N Oliveri

    Love it!! Great work!

  2. Robert N Oliveri

    REAP - Reward Employees Accomplishment Promptly FAIL - Future Achievement Is Looming NO - Next Opportunity

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