There is a saying that ‘even the nicest people have their limits’, and who would not agree on this? You do good things and you’ll get the crappiest crap response ever. I felt this not once, not twice, but many times. In different situations, in different occasions and the least I expect, it is there! Surprising me and testing my tolerance, my patience and my maturity.
At home, you are the breadwinner. Spending so much time working hard to earn for the family. Your goal is to help and satisfy the needs of your parents, your siblings, your love ones. Because you thought that it is time for you to give back. Planning and budgeting every after-pay-day on what to buy or whatnot; checking the list for the needs and wants for your family. Fulfilling this list. You don’t even have your own kids yet, but you feel like you already have the heaviest responsibility to carry off your shoulders. Surprisingly, at the end of the day, this is not worthy at all.
At work, you are considered as one of the assets of the company. You are on the dot in terms of deadlines. Results after results are driven by you. You are at the topnotch of list in sales, you are well engaged and establishing good relations and customer service to your clients, your work is impressive! Always there helping your colleague to complete their work with a respectable outcome. Surprisingly, at the end of the day, this is not worthy at all.
4 Secrets How to Control Anger
Many other situations we can list out; you are striving to do good but at the end of the day, yes! You will still get an unexpected crappy response from people who you helped, who you cared about, and who you love. How are you going to response? Will you hate? Will be angry? Will you not be disappointed? Again, ‘even the nicest people have their limits’.
In such situation, we tend to become frustrated, agitated, and eventually be aggressive. Mahatma Gandhi said, “Anger and intolerance are the enemies of correct understanding.” Yes, instead of being angry, instead of cultivating hatred, and instead of welcoming your frustrations, here are the secrets you can practice:
- be calm
- start to understand the circumstances
- start to understand the person involve
- start to contemplate
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; remember that you are the one who gets more burns. It is better to forgive, move forward and free yourself from punishment of own unhealthy discernment. Enjoy Life and Spread Love!
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