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4-Habits That Make You Angry

Everyone wants to be happy. In a perfect world, we are all already happy. There is no stress, no sadness, and no troubles. This isn’t a perfect world and we have many problems to deal with. Some we can avoid; others just Happen to us. Ironically enough, some of them we actually cause ourselves with our thinking.

We try to have happy and positive thoughts all day and every day but we know that doesn’t happen all the time either. Negative thoughts jump into our mind and we are doomed. Very few of us can easily turn a negative thought into a positive one rather quickly. Most of us are not so skilled and the negative thought makes a career of itself in our minds and we spiral into a vortex of doom and gloom.

Our mind is the power-house of our body and our body is in control of our mind. We’re in control of our mind but sometimes minds take over. Some of the mental habits we have make us Angry and ruin our day. Few of them are discussed below.

1 Too Much Worrying

Why do we torture ourselves by worrying too much about things that haven’t even happened yet and there are minimum chances of their happenings?. We drive ourselves crazy trying to figure out the outcome to a situation that doesn’t even exist. We are all guilty of doing this. It is in human nature to immediately think the worst first. It’s time stop worrying too much about the scenarios that are mostly not going to happen at all and it is the time to switch off the instinct that makes us worry about the future happenings. By controlling our instincts we can control our anger.

2 Negative self-talk.

We always tell ourselves we are not good enough, dumb, ugly, fat and many other horrible things. It is a tragedy that we always try to talk negatively to ourselves and after an hour long discussion with our mind we started to think that, no one likes us, we have a very small social circle, no one loves us and we are not confident enough to have good friends. After making so many horrible images of your own self why should or would anyone want to be around you? The fact is that  you don’t even want to be around you. Start being nicer and politer to yourself. Try to tell yourself you love you and you’re awesome and watch what starts to happen.


3 Low Ambition.

We don’t want to do something, we start making lame excuses like; It will require too much work, too much change, too much skill and we simply can’t be bothered but we really want the desired result, we just don’t want to do all the work that goes into it. The worst part of all that? We then get mad at ourselves for not doing it in the first place. We give ourselves heck for being lazy or lack ambition. Don’t be so hard on yourself. We all go through that phase. You simply aren’t ready to do whatever it is you want to. When you feel it deep down inside, you will know it’s time. You’re not there yet. Be patient with yourself and remind yourself you are doing the best you can with what you have.

4 Competition

If you think a coworker, neighbor or maybe even a sibling or friend is doing better than you are at something, and you are not happy about it at all, you will drive yourself crazy over it. For some of us, it really is hard to share in someone’s celebrations or victories. We instantly feel jealous and angry. Why did that good thing happen to them and not us?. Stop being jealous, stop being angry, stop being un-thankful to the Creator, stop being negative and stop being a competitor. Let go of your need to compete. Life is not a competition rather life a journey that needs to be completed with mutual sharing and mutual work. We are all here for the same reasons; to be happy, live and love.

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