Category: calm

1. It helps you to regain your perspective on life.

2. It helps you think more clearly and rationally.

3. It helps you to relax, and to unwind properly.

4. It helps to regulate intense, powerful emotions.

5. It helps you figure out what you truly think and feel.

6. It helps you find solutions that are meaningful to you.

7. It helps you to be real, and to find yourself again.

One of the best lessons you can master in life is to master how to remain calm.

1. Try and develop a calm morning ritual instead of starting the day off in a stressful rush.

2. Notice how you tend to automatically respond to a stressful or irritating person or event.

3. Decide to not take things personally; be the kind of person who it’s hard to offend.

4. Develop an attitude of gratitude – and decide to be thankful for the little things in life.

5. Develop healthy ways of coping with stress (as stress is an inevitable part of life.)

6. Single task instead of multitasking (as it leads to fewer mistakes in the end.)

7. Make more time for quiet and reduce the constant noise.

1. Try and develop a calm morning ritual instead of starting the day off in a stressful rush.

2. Notice how you tend to automatically respond to a stressful or irritating person or event.

3. Decide to not take things personally; be the kind of person who it’s hard to offend.

4. Develop an attitude of gratitude – and decide to be thankful for the little things in life.

5. Develop healthy ways of coping with stress (as stress is an inevitable part of life.)

6. Single task instead of multitasking (as it leads to fewer mistakes in the end.)

7. Make more time for quiet and reduce the constant noise.

1. Keep things in perspective: Often we catastrophise or we over-react when the issue or offense is insignificant. Here, remind yourself, “it’s minor, and not worth the fight.”

2. Visualise yourself coping: Take a few deep breaths and let your feelings settle. Then, in a calm, low voice respond in a way that maintains your self-respect.

3. Be aware of your triggers: If we know what those are then we can regain control, and can practice how to cope when our feelings have been stirred.

4. Create a calm environment: Stay one step ahead by preparing yourself for inevitable setbacks and infuriating people.

5. Distract yourself: When you feel the pressure building, think of something that’s amusing, or choose to do something that will help to change your mood.