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Three Thinking Strategies to Help You Stay in Control Despite Setbacks

Sometimes a day that began well can turn sour due to repeated setbacks. These were the days when stress was increasing and we begged for “let this day pass “…

Examples include spilled coffee on an otherwise good day, nail polish you applied carefully deteriorating before it dried completely, your phone falling due to being struck by someone while walking down the hall or the road, a program that you had set weeks ago being canceled because of the work load that day and your computer breaking down that morning. These setbacks can easily be replicated. However many times you wish to Keep calmThis will not reduce your stress levels. The contrary is true. You can use some It is possible to find ways to handle these and other situations. Take back control

First, be aware that everyone will experience temporary impasses.

You can also use the techniques of solution-oriented and emotion-focused thinking, staying calm and being aware of your emotions to feel better and take charge of the situation.

Solution-oriented thinking

This method of thinking is founded on the discovery of the Problem causes Finding the root cause is the best way to create a solution.

What is the cause of this? What’s the root cause of this problem? It would be best to repair your computer immediately. Learn the problem and get technical support This issue.

Thinking that is emotionally focused

Do you ever feel guilty about situations you can’t control or that you have no control over? The best thing to do is accept what you cannot control and to try to change your reactions to it.

We may not be able to change the current situation, but we can alter our stance and how we feel about it.

It would be a good idea to remind yourself that mishaps happen during the day, but that they are not the end. bad dayTomorrow will be a new day. Don’t underestimate the power and potential of suggestion. “Yes, it would’ve been fine if not, but it did. Nothing can be done to change this situation now.” Even that simple statement can be enough to bring us down from time to time. Because unfortunately, we Stress can magnify the effects of stress. We can thus escape exaggerations, delusions and gain more realistic perspectives.

Being aware of your emotions

Before you can You must first understand your emotions before you can deal with them. You cannot deal with what you don’t know.

Let’s begin by naming it. “What is the name of the emotion that I am feeling right now?” Anger or sadness Worry, fear, or both? Perhaps right now: “What is this? How do I not Know what you feel? It could be what you are saying. You might be saying something completely different.

Do you feel angry at him for lying to your? Did you trust him enough to break your heart? Is it sadness that he has left you? Or is the core emotion behind this feeling the fear of being alone

It will be difficult at first to put a face on your emotions. It will take some practice to get to know yourself better and understand your emotions. It is easier to change or manage your emotions once you are aware of them. Because we can take different actions to relieve anger than we do to alleviate sadness. This can be described as misdiagnosing the patient. Misdiagnosis means unfair treatment.