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What To Do If You Are A Bully Yourself!

“Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.”

If you are bully yourself, to re-program control over your attitude towards bullying, read the following pointers:

View it from the perspective of a victim:  Bullies only want to gain control over your emotions so that they may make you feel as miserable as they truly do. To give yourself a reality check, look at bullying from a victim’s angle and share that insight with your friends, leadership speakers, colleagues and family.

Bullying is extremely hurtful for the victim and can damage your own life too!

Bullying is extremely hurtful for the victim
and can damage your own life too!

Keep in mind the long-term consequences of bullying: While bullying is obviously painful for the victim, it also can affect your life negatively. Talk to leadership speakers for encouragement. If your behavior is reported to the authorities, by law you could be facing jail time. So if you feel the urge to bully again tell yourself that it’s just not worth it and while it might make you feel good right now, it will simply worsen things for you in the future.

Focus your attention on all that you have been blessed with.  We all tend to take a lot of things in our lives for granted. Make a list of things that you simply would never want to lose and that truly mean something to you. When you feel down and want to resort to bullying, remind yourself of all that you are gifted with so that it lifts your spirits and you can keep the need to bully at bay.

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Ways You Can Help Your Teen With Their Mood Swings

“Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.”

Discussed below are a few ways through which you can help your disturbed or reckless teenagers and restore stability in their lives.

Introduce proper structure at home: Though your teen might respond aggressively to the idea of having to adhere to rules, nonetheless you need to enforce them. Seek help from a business motivational speaker in that area as teenagers require proper structure so that they may be disciplined. For instance you need to make them understand the importance of being punctual and you can do this by making them eat their meals and hitting the bed at proper timings. The more disciplined they are the less reckless they’ll be.

 

To re-establish balance in your teen’s life, you need to enforce a proper structure at home!

To re-establish balance in your teen’s life, you need to enforce a proper structure at home!

Decrease the time they spend in front of the television. Studies confirm that the violence and unruly behavior that is usually shown in movies, video games or TV shows influence a teenager’s emotions drastically. A business motivational speaker in their speech will also tell you that spending inordinate amount of time watching TV impedes one’s brain development. So to avoid the consequences limit the time your teens spend in front of the TV.

 

Help them develop healthy eating:  Food does have the ability to impact our emotions. When the diet is based around healthy, nutritious foods, it will help your teen with their mood swings and improve their mental, physical and emotional health. Teach them about healthy eating by being a role model and adhering to a good diet yourself.

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How To Deal With Angry Teenagers And Adolescents

“Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well-being, and Peak Human Performance.”

Teens hardly know how to deal with their emotions maturely!

Teens hardly know how to deal with
their emotions maturely!

When teenagers can’t cope with their feelings maturely, they often tend to masquerade it with extreme outbursts of anger. Emotions such as shame, frustration, anxiety, hurt, depression, fear or helplessness, they all can cause a teenager to become exasperated and lash out.

Teens usually have trouble identifying and understanding the depth of their emotions and generally can’t really articulate or express these feelings responsibly. During this particular stage, parents must practice patience and need to focus their energies at helping their teenagers cope with anger in a more conducive way. They can also seek the help of a business motivational speaker who is trained to deal with matters like these.

In order to help your teens deal with anger, you need to set up some proper ground rules and punishments. Teenagers require a structure and need to be disciplined properly otherwise, they simply go completely out of control. That is why you need to establish some strict rules and make your teen aware of the ensuing penalties if they aren’t respected. Explain to them that though it’s ok to feel infuriated, there however are some improper ways of expressing it. So let them know that if they lash out and fail to express their anger in a constructive way, they will have to deal with consequences such as being grounded. Don’t pay your business motivational speaker for nothing. Get the advice you need.

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Why You Should Learn To Tame Your Outbursts!

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Mastering the art of managing anger requires work!

Mastering the art of managing
anger requires work!

Anger itself is as an emotion can’t be labeled as good or bad. It is truly normal to feel vexed and angry due to some justifiable reason that ended up pushing your buttons. Feeling angry isn’t what is wrong about the situation; rather the problem is the way you respond or react to anger. Anger tends to become a problem when it begins to hurt your or others emotionally and physically.

If you happen to be an individual who is extremely short-tempered and loses his or her senses rather suddenly, you might think you can’t beat the outbursts but you sure can. We have more control over anger than we know and what’s more are that you can always learn to control your emotions if you just try resorting to the right techniques. There are always ways in which you can express your emotions appropriately without hurting others.

Your goal is not to just suppress anger but rather learn to express anger in a positive way. Learning to manage anger requires a bit of practice and the more often you work on it the easier it will get. Mastering the art of managing anger will not only improve your personal life but will also have a good impact on your professional life.

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Worrying is a Waste of Time, It Will Get You Nowhere

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Sitting around worrying will get you nowhere.

Sitting around worrying will
get you nowhere.

Whatever is going to happen will happen whether you worry about it or not. Of course there are steps you can take to prepare and hopefully make your future brighter, but sitting around and worrying about what might go wrong without taking any action is a huge waste of time.

Worry takes a great toll on your mind and body, and in the end, you’re actually probably worse for it. Fear of the unknown can be difficult to overcome, but the future is coming no matter what, so you can dread it, or you can enjoy the present and just try and be ready for what’s next.

You can try and push worry aside by being as prepared as possible, and exercising to work off your nervous energy. It also helps to keep busy. Worry often strikes the hardest when you’re in bed and trying to sleep. Try reading before bed to relax, or talk about your concerns with someone you trust.

Anything that will help take your mind off of worry will help you to enjoy your life more. Worry is a wasted emotion, in that it doesn’t serve much purpose, other than to keep you up at night, and give you migraines. So don’t worry, be happy.

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