How to Tame Your Temper

 

Today’s busy life demands a lot from us. We have to balance work and life. On top of this, relationships are very complicated nowadays. Social media has an effect of networking everyone, friends and colleagues, although is it said that this trend is good; sometimes it may be depressing too. A few ways to tame your temper in this hectic life is as follows.

Change the way you think

The way we think affects our moods and way of life. If we think that everything will go wrong and we will fails in life, everything will go wrong and we will fail. Having a positive perception towards life is important to enjoy your life. If we think that everything will be all right and tell our selves that things will workout better next time, we will be more relaxed and less stressed. This will lead to a less stressed life.

Take a problem solving approach to life

Or approach to life has an impact on our mood swings and thinking patterns. If we just let whatever happens happen to our life, our life will be taken over by other people and their decisions. This will frustrate and stress us in the long run. Therefore taking control of our life and having a problem solving approach to life will reduce the stress and depression attached. This will lead to decreased temper and depression. If you are unable to have a problem solving approach to life and if you are always angry, the best thing to do is to seek help from professionals. There are more than enough anger management courses in Perth. Join one.

Improve your communication skills

The way you communicate has a major impact on your relationship with other people in your social cycle. The respect you have give to them and the way you behave effects your relationships. Improving the way you communicate in important to have a less complicated lifestyle. Try to avoid words such as “always”, “never” when you are communicating with others. When you say someone “You always do the same mistake, you are always like that”, it affects the way communicate and behave with you. This leads to complicated relationships. Therefore, improve your communication skills.

Use more humor in your day to day life

Try to incorporate humor to your day-to-day lifestyle. This is important to have a stress, temper free life style. As an example, if you have a colleague who makes your life difficult and hard and you are always judging and scolding him silently, use humor to manage your stress. Without saying it our and complaining and worrying, use your imagination and humor. If you are thinking of your colleague as a donkey, imagine him as a donkey, donkey working on a computer, donkey drinking coffee, this will tame your temper.

 


CATEGORIES : Therapists/ AUTHOR : Ben Adermann

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