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|It's not work or the negative event that's causing your stress. It's your reaction, the |
story you tell yourself about it, that fuels the stress response. The emotional alarm
... up your own phrase. Say it repeatedly, bring in the facts of the situation to
counter the emotion and you will stop fear and its ban on enjoyment in its
|When we fight against someone or something it's the way they make us feel we |
are fighting against. We are fighting against a feeling. Against the feeling of how
we feel in a particular situation. Problems are no longer problems when you are ...
|now that when you greet anger with anger, it's like natural combustion: everything |
escalates. ... You can react emotionally and snap back in anger, or you can say, I
'm sorry I'm taking so long. ... deliberately respond to situations in ways that say: I'
m not interested in escalating this situation; I'm interested in letting my inner ...
|The reason it doesn't pay to mix these strategies is that each one is used to make |
your actions unpredictable to other players. ... Calling is not a compromise
between folding and raising; it's a narrow tactical response to specific situations.
|Perhaps you have already taken these steps either consciously or just in the |
natural course of your own development. ... situations. As easy as this may sound
, it's not. ... Our natural inclination is to always react negatively to negative
|If it is not the objective situation that creates your feelings, then your emotion has |
to be internally generated, a function of how you are processing events. ... It's
much easier to redraw mental maps when they're lying open in front of ...
|The Call for Faith The substitutes for aspects of the situation are the witnesses to |
your lack of faith. They demonstrate that you did not believe the situation and the
problem were in the same place. The problem was the lack of faith, and it is this
you demonstrate when you remove it from its source and place it elsewhere.
|n a relationship it's all about me explains why we make ourselves so unhappy |
at times. We start a relationship ... I respond to people and situations based on
my filter system, my values, beliefs and life experiences. My basic assumption is ...
|they're going to react, but in this situation what I probably would do is get |
between them. ... I didn't have to put myself in that situation, and it's not likely that
we're going to have another Hitler in the next generation, and if someone is going
|Soon you will no longer create or attract situations that could make you be |
impatient. ... Ask yourself why you are really impatient, irritable or unhappy, for it
rarely is the current situation that is responsible for your emotional response. The