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Try to stay positive.

The same event can happen to two people, and one views it as a positive and one views it as a negative. So try to see the good side of the things and people around you; it can help you stay free of anxiety and depression, Rakel says.

Make a spiritual connection.

Rakel defines this as spending time on "that which gives your life meaning and purpose."This could be your religious beliefs, enjoying nature, or sharing moments with loved ones. "If we get up in the morning excited about something that gives us meaning and self-purpose, our bodies do all they can to heal," he says.

Be around people.

Having a good support network of family, friends, coworkers, and other people who care about you can help you stay healthier, feel less stressed, and even live a longer life. Spend time with these people regularly, and work to keep your relationships with them strong.

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Reviewed on October 01, 2013

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