Life throws us curve balls all of the time. Many times, when these curve balls come, we get all worked up, making the situation worse. We need to learn how to stay calm during these testing times. I’ve found that when I tense up and am worked up, it makes the situation 1000% times worse. When I relax and stay calm, the situation is much easier to handle and move through.
It’s not easy to do, but learn how to stay calm and you will find that many difficult situations are much easier to handle.
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Leah G. presents The Secret to Happiness: Stoic Gratitude and the Art of Living posted at Common Sense Ethics – The Personal Integrity Blog, saying did you know that research in the field of positive psychology indicates that your level of happiness is at least 40 percent dependent on intentional activities within your control?
Henry Mukuti presents How to motivate yourself posted at INSAKANET, saying just as willpower is an essential factor in achieving success, at some point in time, discouragement and lack of motivation may hinder you from reaching your objective.
Eslam Talaat presents 4 Proven Steps to Awaken the Power of the Mind posted at Eslam Talaat, saying your Mind is your goldmine; all you need is to know how to extract this gold. With this idea in mind let us go and discover the power of the mind and how we can awaken it and use it for maximum power.
MandyKloppers presents Emotional Wellbeing « Thoughts on Life and Love Thoughts on Life and Love posted at Thoughts on Life and Love, saying we would all like to live with peace of mind and here are a few ways to improve your emotional well-being.
Luke Jones presents 8 Ways to Become a Modern Day Samurai Warrior posted at Health Room, saying the Samurai were the renowned warrior class of pre-modern Japan, remembered for their fierce fighting style and strict discipline. They embodied the warrior spirit, and are still revered even to this day. Now you may not be able to get away with wielding sharp swords in public. You probably won’t be allowed to wear a full suit of armor to work either.
Deborah Shelby presents Is Love Real? Here’s How to Tell posted at Prayerful Mom, saying my favorite local beach is called Johnson Beach. I once saw a marker with the name Rosamond Johnson, whom the beach was named for. I decided to look the person up online for a history lesson for myself and to pass on to the kids.
Tim presents How to Overcome Email Addiction posted at Fitness for Professionals, saying learning how to overcome email addiction is one of the single best things you can do to free up time in your life to do more important things such as exercise, spend time with your family, or travel.
Joanna Z. Weston presents 2 Crucial Ways to Cope with a Depressive Episode | 3 Speed Life Coach posted at 3 Speed Life Coach, saying if you’re dancing with depression, some days are going to suck. It doesn’t mean you’re doing anything wrong, or that you’re doomed to feel this way forever, or that your life is off the rails. All it means is that today, you feel like crap. Really.
Angie Bowen presents Everyone In Recovery Has Setbacks posted at Be Your Own Goddess, saying OK, huge admission time here. There are times, like this past week, when I feel like such a fraud. How can I possibly be qualified to help others with their own lives and struggle when I can’t even keep my own recovery on track and moving forward? How can I teach others to love themselves when I have periods of self loathing?
Erik Matlock presents Riding the Pendulum, Finding Your Center posted at Becoming a Better Man, saying that perfect place where we all want to be. The place where everything is just right. Not too cold, or too hot. Not broke, but not bogged down with unreasonable money issues. Not skinny, but not fat. That kind of center. The place where everything is comfortable and peaceful. Yeah. That would be wonderful.