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1. Denotation

1.1. happy or hopeful, or giving cause for happiness or hope:

1.2. characterized by or displaying affirmation or acceptance or certainty etc

1.3. In the simplest sense, positive means good — or the opposite of negative

2. Conotation

2.1. Negative word counterpart: hyperactive

2.2. Positive: Her children are so energetic that she decided to bring them to the playground to release their energy.

3. Enumertion

3.1. A way to give off good vibes

3.2. Someone or something that shows more good then evil

3.3. A way to express your feelings

3.4. A way of relating to positivism

3.5. A way to involve advantage or goodness

3.6. A way to live your life happily and good thoughts

4. Negation

4.1. consisting in or characterized by the absence rather than the presence of distinguishing features

4.2. expressing or containing negation or denial

5. Analogy

5.1. Think of positive as a way you can show or share your emotions. In both cases, you are displaying affirmation and or exceptance, which is positivity.

6. Exemplification

6.1. Jerry was the kind of guy you love to hate. He was always in a good mood and always had something positive to say. When someone would ask him how he was doing, he would reply, “If I were any better, I would be twins!” He was a unique manager because he had several waiters who had followed him around from restaurant to restaurant. The reason the waiters followed Jerry was because of his attitude. He was a natural motivator. If an employee was having a bad day, Jerry was there telling the employee how to look on the positive side of the situation.

6.2. Having a positive attitude, which is choosing to approach difficult circumstances with a productive mindset, can benefit you on several levels. The Mayo Clinic states that a positive attitude can lower your stress level, which is good for your health. A positive attitude can also improve your relationships and change how your boss perceives both you and your work. An article published in the January 2007 Gallup Management Journal notes that the components of a positive attitude, collectively called positive psychological capital, can be learned.

6.3. Research is beginning to reveal that positive thinking is about much more than just being happy or displaying an upbeat attitude. Positive thoughts can actually create real value in your life and help you build skills that last much longer than a smile.

6.4. Here’s heartwarming news: People with a family history of heart disease who also had a positive outlook were one-third less likely to have a heart attack or other cardiovascular event within five to 25 years than those with a more negative outlook. That’s the finding from Johns Hopkins expert Lisa R. Yanek, M.P.H., and her colleagues. The finding held even in people with family history who had the most risk factors for coronary artery disease, and positive people from the general population were 13 percent less likely than their negative counterparts to have a heart attack or other coronary event. Yanek and her team determined “positive” versus “negative” outlook using a survey tool that assesses a person’s cheerfulness, energy level, anxiety levels and satisfaction with health and overall life. But you don’t need a survey to assess your own positivity, says Yanek. “I think people tend to know how they are.”

7. Function

7.1. Practice Gratitude

7.2. Positive Posture

7.3. SMILE

7.4. Do something kind

7.5. Pay less attention to negative thoughts

7.6. Change your use of language

7.7. Go outdoors

7.8. Consider meditation

7.9. Eat healthy

7.10. Surround yourself with positive influences

7.11. Set goals for yourself

7.12. Encourage others

8. Synonyms

8.1. clear

8.2. conclusive

8.3. affirmative

8.4. decisive

8.5. confident

8.6. specific

8.7. concrete

8.8. express