It is fairly common to experience a number of irritating situations in a single day. And if we don’t know what to do with our irritation, annoyance, or frustration, it blossoms into the oh-too-common ‘power struggle’. Wherever anger arises in your life, it is always in relationship to something or someone: your boss, partner, children, … More Power StruggleManagement
Eileen Lichtenstein will be a guest on THE BALANCED MILLIONAIRE: “For High Achieving Professionals Who Want To Elevate Their Business and Maintain A Balanced Life”. OPTIMIZE YOUR INCOME & LIVE A HIGHER QUALITY OF LIFE! Learn from successful entrepreneurs how they grew their companies from the ground up and learned the hard way what it took … More Eileen on The Balanced Millionaire on BBSradio.com
While it is important that we think before speaking, it’s important not to try to please everyone, which may cause us to hide or otherwise distort those ideas that will likely prove valuable. We may feel uncomfortable speaking our minds in this way because we believe that our quick-to-appear initial thoughts are yet unformed and … More Speaking Your Truth
DeStress Tip: Love yourself and make loving the primary expression of your life. http://ow.ly/GfJ0B DeStress Tip: Listen to Moving Meditation® Fitness: These are two sections of an audio program that I produced in… http://fb.me/1UzqaDvjh DeStress Tip: When you feel stress or anxiety try to replicate a time when you felt calm. http://ow.ly/GfIm9 DeStress Tip: Be OK with “changing … More DeStress Tips IV
Anger is a natural human emotion. “Is my anger working for me?” is a question you can ask yourself. When anger is mild and infrequent, is expressed assertively (directly to the problem person, in a non-accusatory manner) and without aggression, and the individual is able to “let it go” quickly, then anger may serve the … More Is your anger working?
DeStress Tip: Write down five things that you are proud about and stick the list in your wallet to pull out to… DeStress Tip: Emotional eating-stress a vicious cycle. You have the power to stop it! DeStress Tip: Listen well instead of reacting in anger. DeStress Tip: Be grateful always!! DeStress Tip: Make your Goals … More DeStress Tips III
This article is adapted from the Nikkei Asian Review and found in NAMA (National Anger Management Association, my certifying organization) Newsletter JUNE 2018 You may contact me for a complimentary consult: 516 623 4353 http://www.balanceandpower.com TOKYO — Aware that they may become irritated too often amid the demanding duties of work, household chores and child care, a growing … More Anger management, mindfulness programs are very popular in Japan as coping mechanisms
Confidence helps us to interact more decisively, in healthier ways in our relationships and helps keep us from overreacting. Take time to affirm your value and worth as a person to help you feel stronger and better about yourself. Since others only treat you the way you allow them to, developing a stronger sense of self-esteem … More Self Confidence for Great Relationships!
I’m talking to parents, older siblings, grandparents, teachers, business managers/ceo’s and politicians. We are each leaders, even if (now) your domain is simply your home. Do you curse? Smile enough? Speak and act assertively? Listen actively? Demonstrate good time skills? Step away from devices on a regular basis? Mindful and considerate of others in household, office, neighbors? … More Are You a Good Role Model?
Yes, when you feel bullied or “unfairly” attacked emotionally – verbally it is usually difficult to respond without anger or to walk away and release. Reacting with anger adds fuel to the fire and it’s best to leave and release – even if it’s temporary it interrupts the stress-adrenaline -cortisol cycle and hopefully can allow … More Release versus React, Revenge