I alone decide how I feel. I have the option of experiencing any emotion I choose. I can choose to feel happy or sad, excited or bored, hopeful or hopeless. My feelings are under my control. Other people lack the power to affect my emotions. I can choose how I wish to respond to whatever … Continue reading I Am In Charge of How I Feel
Image by Chris Anna Gabriel from Pixabay There are things in life that I have very little control over. I avoid worrying because it is counter-productive. My focus is on changing the things I am able to change, so I can live a better quality of life. I believe that I am here for a specific reason. My … Continue reading I avoid worrying about things I am unable to change.
Daily interactions with others have the ability to put my mind in a state of unrest. There are times when I get angry, but I always remember to forgive. My co-workers are sometimes challenging to deal with. When someone is being insubordinate to me, I avoid being consumed by anger. I find that it is … Continue reading I temper anger with forgiveness.
Some of us have great control over our emotional responses, and some of us struggle. Doing or saying the wrong thing in the midst of an emotional meltdown could have very negative effects. Gain control of your emotions with these strategies: Realize that negative emotions simply don’t last. If you’re angry about something right now, … Continue reading Learning to Control Your Emotions