Who would you take life advice from if not Scott Adams, the guy who wrote the “Dilbert” comic strip? Okay, maybe quite a few other people. But the core principle of his recent self-help book is truly powerful: when you can’t alter your circumstances, change your perspective. He calls this skill “reframing,” and it can help you manage stress, anxiety, and more.
Reality Is Flexible
Reframes are simple, memorable concepts that help you see a difficult situation in a more positive light. They don’t necessarily need to be true or logical. Reframes just need to work. Our imaginations have significant power over our bodies. By reframing your experience, you can change bad habits and improve your mental and physical health. Take the first step with our latest Instaread.