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Divorce, Joblessness And More: Expats Share How They Overcame Their Setbacks In Singapore

When you’re facing life’s myriad challenges, having someone tell you to “Stay positive!” often feels like a platitude (at best) or incredibly irritating (at worst).

Sure, it’s great advice, but maintaining a positive attitude can be easier said than done when it seems like everything that day, week, month or year is going wrong.

However, research has shown: The path to being happy and successful frequently starts with – you guessed it – having a positive attitude. Try these coping tactics that these been-there-done-that expats share:

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By Andrea McKenna Brankin, The Finder (Issue 286), September 2017 / Updated August 2019 

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