THE GLACIER APRIL 25, 2014 VOLUME 47, ISSUE 15
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Thoughts enhancing action By Ashley Meitz News Editor Sasha Tillman, Counselor at Moraine Valley’s Counseling and Career Development Center, presented “Positive Thoughts Positive Mind,” a positive thinking workshop.
On Tuesday, April 15, students were informed how thoughts possess power essential to influencing emotions, behaviors and beliefs. Strategies aimed toward ceasing negative thoughts capable of blinding people from what is good in life were discussed. Students were also taught how to avoid such
Sarah Tillman, counselor at Moraine Valley’s Counseling and Career Development Center, explained the inevitable power of thought and shared helpful methods and strategies to prevent negative thinking. [Erica Sinnott]
negative thoughts. “People think that you can’t control thoughts because they just happen, but our own beliefs directly trigger our thoughts,” said Tillman. “Beliefs are powerful, I don’t expect anyone to
change them overnight.” Every person derives beliefs from a number of origins, both internal and external. Culture, religion, media, family, friends, past experiences, THOUGHTS | page 3
Published on Apr 26, 2014