There are many ways that our emotions get the best of us, cloud our judgement, and eventually lead us to act in ways that we come to regret. It is very easy to act impulsively without thought, or even ruminate in-actively on the events that have unfolded to no avail.
Why not try taking control of your emotions for a change, and take action on effectively changing the things that you have power over? Rather that wondering how you can turn back time and rewrite your life, why not take a moment to think on and learn from your mistake, move on from where you currently are, chronologically; and take the steps necessary to find resolution.
Find out why you are feeling the way you are feeling, and understand how to deal with it. Learn how you, as an individual, express your emotion, and what that may mean for you. Understand why what you are currently doing to manage your emotions may not be working, and look at strategies that will be more beneficial toward succeeding along your journey toward personal development.
Your thoughts and preconceived notions about the situation at hand will guide your actions, and in order to change your action, it will help if you start with changing how you think and correcting the story you are telling yourself. You don’t get mad, solely because of what someone else may have done, you get mad because of how what was done is interpreted. Others don’t make you angry, you make yourself angry, and you dont even realize it most times.
Targeted Age Group:: 25yrs – 60yrs
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
After realizing what I have gone through in life, prior to my journey towards self development, I realized how my emotions, and the emotions of those around me could be considered irrational, and at times, unstable. I figured that if I can share what I've learned, and what some of the other people I've spoken to have learned, it would be beneficial to those who have, and may not understand, their issues.
Understanding your path to action is very important. Even if you don’t realize it, you are telling yourself stories. It begins with what we see and hear, the story we attribute to what we see and hear, the emotions we derive from the story we tell ourselves, and then ultimately the action we take as a result of emotions we feel. In other words: we go from factual observation to the story we interpret, around which we wrap our feelings, and then we act on those emotions.
In, or after, the moment it might be helpful to retrace your path. First Notice your behavior, then ask yourself “what emotions are encouraging me to act this way?”. Following that, analyze your story and realize what the trail of events made you conclude about the situation. Find out what caused you to feel the way you feel about that story. Then get back to the facts and really try to divulge what evidence you really have, to back up and support this story that you are telling yourself. Does the action you took match the truth of the situation, or did you have to make some stuff up along the way to make some sense of it all? Do the facts justify your actions, or does the story do that for you? Are there some gaps you need to fill before you make your next move?
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