Definition of positivity
1 : the quality or state of being positive
2 : something that is positive
Recent Examples of positivity from the Web
Just as the Colin Kaepernick fiasco turned the once-neutral activity of football watching into a politically divisive event for former friends to debate, brands’ getting controversial on political issues will suck the positivity out of their image.
Lounging beachside, Graham shared a link to a totally genius bikini hack originally posted by fellow body-positivity activist and author Allison Kimmey.
Men and women were about equally as likely to select communication before accountability, positivity, honesty, or work ethic, but older employees, ages 56 to 60, chose it at a higher rate than younger employees, ages 18 to 25.
A round of applause emoji for Clarkson and her body positivity.
However, her banter — not unlike her lyrics — was rife with painfully cliché, simplistic positivity on par with Barney the dinosaur (notwithstanding the occasional f-bomb).
Her positivity really got me through those rough times.
Her body positivity journey started with her desire to lose weight.
Christopher Brown remembers that moment, too, and said he was convinced that the power of prayer and relentless positivity could have an impact on the outcome of his son's treatment.
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