Negative vs Realism
Negative and Realism are two words that are different when it comes to their concepts and understanding. Negative consists in thinking that things will never happen and will never work out. On the other hand, realism consists in being encouraging with words of advice and counsel. This is the main difference between negative and realism.
You warn somebody of what can happen in realism. On the other hand, a person with negative thoughts would think that there won’t be any good out of trying. To be realistic is to think about things that you feel are really possible to achieve. Negative sprouts from the condition of lack of self-belief. On the other hand, realism sprouts from the strength of the mind to discriminate between the right and the wrong. This is one of the main differences between negative and realism.
Realism is based on practicability of the situations and problems. A person gripped by realism approaches any given problem after taking into account the practicability of solving it. On the other hand, a person bestowed with negative approach to life approaches any given problem in a pessimistic way looking only at the darker side of the life.
Persons endowed with the quality of realism appear cheerful and contented. On the other hand, persons endowed with the quality of negative appear remorse and dull. This is a basic difference between the persons endowed with these qualities separately. It is interesting to note that both realism and negative are natural, and are in born but are not cultivated.
In other words, they are both quite natural when it comes to the behavior of the individual. There is some difference between realism and optimism though. In the same way, there is some difference between negative and pessimism as a matter of fact.
Amanda Larson says
I love this. I often thoroughly research and think things through before I make a decision on anything, but people can see something out of the “norm” as “negative”. However, there is a difference between realizing something needs to change and assuming everything is awful and will never get better.