Emotion Control

The Best Way to React When Someone Is Shouting at You in Anger

Yellingis a topic relevant to every person on this planet because everyone has raised their voice in anger during their lifetime. Some people yell on a regular basis, but we are all guilty of yelling at some point in life. There are ways to react to a yeller that will help diffuse them, rather...

Stephen Hawking’s Beautiful Message For Anyone With Depression

Stephen Hawking has one of the greatest minds of our time. He is well known for his work in theoretical physics, and was born on January 8, 1942, (300 years after the death of Galileo) in Oxford, England. As a young child, he wanted to study mathematics, but once he began college, he studied Natural Sciences....

5 Ways to Protect Yourself From Negative Emotions

You can protect yourself from the negative health effects of emotions like fear, anger and emotional pain, just as easily as you protect yourself from sunburn with sunscreen. Negative emotions are just one part of what makes us human, and yet experiencing too many of them can be overwhelming to our physical and psychological...

12 Signs of Heightened Emotional Intelligence You Can Easily Recognize

Emotional intelligence isn’t some “made-up” term, it’s actually a term used by modern psychology to define the capacity to deal with your emotions in a healthy way. More specifically, it’s the ability to recognize your emotions and the emotions of others, distinguish one emotion from the next, properly label your emotions, use your emotions to...

What’s Your Anger Style and How To Control and Turn It Around

Sixteen ways to manage your frustration, whether you have a quick temper or a biting sense of humor.   Anger Style: Explosive What it looks like: "If you leave your jacket on the floor one more time, I'm leaving you!" It may take a lot to push you over the edge, but when you get there, the...

Four Ways to Overcome Self-Defeating Thoughts

Self-criticism and low self-worth can hold us back. Here’s how to start banishing those negative beliefs. What gives you a sense of self-worth? Data from my well-being survey recently revealed that positive self-views (or feeling good about oneself, a general belief that we are good, worthwhile human beings) were the best predictor of happiness—even more so...

4 Things You Can Do to Cheer Up, According to Neuroscience

For everyone, there are times when a dark cloud just seems to be following you around. You may not even even know why. While we don’t mean to minimize the value of medication for those who experience this on a daily basis, UCLA neuroscientist Alex Korb, author of The Upward Spiral: Using Neuroscience to...

5 Powerful Ways to Overcome Fear and Make Big Life Changes

Getting through fear is a skill that anyone can learn. The problem is, most of us are scared to face our fears head on. While that’s normal and understandable, the reality is if we want to get over our fears, then we need to face up to them. The good news? If you’re taking the step right now...

The Wisdom Of Fears – What Are We Really Afraid Of ?

“Love is what we were born with. Fear is what we learned here.” ~Marianne Williamson As babies, we know nothing about the world. In the universe of an infant, there are no norms to follow, no rigid rules and regulations; no room for labeling or judging ourselves and others. We don’t yet know to disapprove...

5 Techniques to Quiet Your Mind

“Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work. Peace means to be in the midst of all those things and still be calm in your heart.” – Unknown In many ways, the uncontrolled mind resembles a five year old child wanting to run amok through...

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