The Positive Dog Book Report

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The Positive Dog: A Story About the Power of Positivity
Which dog will you decide to feed, the negative one or the positive one? The Positive Dog, by Jon Gordon is an enjoyable book to help you discover how to feed the positive dog inside of you. Feeding the positive dog is as easy as changing one word and giving the simplest smile. This book has already helped me to turn my negative thinking and feelings positive. “The Positive Dog” is about two dogs name Matt and Bubba. Matt is sad, mad, fearful and negative all the time, Bubba is the happy, optimistic, and helpful. Bubba was caught in a house fire and vowed to himself if he made it out alive he would help everyone and anyone he could. Bubba is always happy and singing country music while Matt is always complaining. Matt and Bubba lives in a shelter and every time people come to Matt’s kennel he is always barking at them and that makes them go away. Matt was always left wondering why he had no one to love and no one to love him. One-day Matt was on the yard complaining and ran into Bubba singing his favorite song. Bubba being so happy, he asked Matt what had him so down? Matt replied with “he had big problems and didn’t know which one was the biggest” (The Positive Dog). Bubba than told him what his biggest problem was and that was he was feeding the negative dog inside of
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This article too explains how our thoughts contributes to keeping us happy(positive) and our brains happy. It goes into Psychology on how thoughts releases brain chemicals and how negative thoughts could send one into depression. “Your inner thoughts will always be reflected in your outer circumstances, because self-generated changes in your life are always preceded by changes in the way you think about something”. This article and “The Positive Dog” goes hand in hand we always have the choice to decide to be happy(positive) or

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