avoir des pensées positives

  • caprialexis

    New Member
    English - Canada
    As stated, it depends on the context. From my experience "Think positive thoughts" is more common than using the verb to have. However, you might also hear simply "Be positive!" as a common suggestion, for example:

    "I am really worried about my exam!"
    "Don't worry, be positive!"


    Senior Member
    English - US and Canada
    It appears, from the number of Google hits, that "think positive" is a common expression. Shudder.
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