To have a Pink Attitude, the first thing you should start with is thinking about Breast Cancer servitors.
In my research on the color I found Pink is one of those colors that have many associations, both in meaning and for the memories it brings up for people.
I found pink represents caring, compassion and love. I think that’s why they use it for Breast Cancer.
Did you know the color pink stands for unconditional love and understanding, and is associated with giving and receiving care? In color psychology, pink is a sign of hope.
It is a positive color that inspires warm and comforting feelings while battle with breast cancer. That’s why wearing pink during the month of October is a simple way to let women know they’re not alone.
And I found even Picasso's "Rose Period" was a time where he shifted the subject matter of his paintings to softer more happy things that’s what the color pink dose to a person.
If pink is your favorite color, you are loving, kind, generous and sensitive to the needs of others. You are friendly and approachable with a warmth and softness others are drawn to. You are the nurturers of the world you love to give nurturing and to receive nurturing in return. So, make sure you keep a Pink Attitude.