Women Blossom Blog
Women Blossom Blog
Women are emotional creatures. No matter whether it is a big or small issue, we are not easy to walk away from the dark emotion zone. A small thing can trigger our sensitivity, amplifying the negative feeling, vulnerable to drowning in the swamp of sadness, irritation, anxiety, and sometimes loneliness.
What can make you angry in minutes?
I extremely hate critics. Not all critics carry positive intentions. How to handle your emotions when someone triggers your hot button?
1. Turn On Your Confidence
It is our inner self-criticism that makes us sensitive to critics. There may be little voice in our minds with narratives that we are not good enough that are unlikely to do great work. It is a matter of weak self-confidence.
Indeed, any opinion is merely information. When people tell you something’s wrong or doesn’t work for them, they are almost always right; And when they tell you exactly what they think is wrong and how to fix it, they are almost always wrong. Perhaps, your best response is to say thank you for your sharing. In this way, we feel calm, tender, and serene. Waking up our subconscious that anything that happens is just right and okay.
2. Turn On Your Intelligence
Don’t get me wrong regard confidence as a big head or big fat ego. How can you tell if someone is confident or arrogant?
The stupid fools are arrogant as they think they know all the answers. They preoccupy with a spirit of criticism to focus on weakness, wanting to be always right thus they have been less wrong.
An intelligent person is humble and wants to learn from everyone embracing the spirit of approval to focus on strength. Empower the other to feel good. Stay hungry, stay foolish (quoted from Steve Jobs). They encounter opposite opinions and still can function.
Walk away from the fools who create the drama. Let them howl.
3. Turn On Your Humor
No need to be serious. Surround yourself with people who treat you right and make you laugh. Laughing is the simplest form of nourishment. Life is too short to be anything but to be happy. Like the guys in "Friends" (the popular sitcom in the 90s) to turn misfortune into humor. Walk away from the people pulling you down from yourself. No apologies, no complaints, and no retract. Focus on what matters.
To live only in this moment where everything takes place.
To live every day with consciousness to be happy.
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