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Reason’s That Might Be Firing Up Your Anger!

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

Figure out the reasons that usually trigger your anger!

Figure out the reasons that
usually trigger your anger!

Listed below are a few reasons that might be causing those outbursts!

You don’t know how to compromise.

Perhaps it’s your family upbringing that never allowed you to learn to compromise and maybe your family members use to get their way by simply being loud and simply never gave in or compromised. But know this the aforementioned strategy never really works. It might seem hard for you to comprehend and understand someone else’s perspective and perhaps even harder to agree with them, but you need to learn to compromise in order to control your anger. Compromising might make you feel vulnerable but at times in order to sustain a balance in your life you just need to do so.

You aren’t able to express your emotion adequately except for anger.

Maybe you find it hard to let your guard down and choose to keep a strong face instead and perhaps you don’t like others to see you as anything but tough. Resorting to anger in order to hide your feelings of fear, embarrassment and guilt won’t reap anything positive results. You need to learn to deal with each emotion in a different away instead of simply succumbing to anger.

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Letting Go of Guilt and Getting Motivated

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

Guilt can be a powerful emotion, but don’t let it keep you from being productive

Guilt can be a powerful
emotion, but don’t let it keep
you from being productive

You will never be free to do great things until you stop feeling bad about your past. Everyone does things her or she is not proud of. However, after you have done what you can to make amends, there comes a time when you just have to move on. Come to terms with whatever you’ve done, and allow yourself to heal.

In order to let go of guilt for past wrongdoings, the best thing you can do is to live well now. Continue to do good things for others and yourself, and you will probably feel the weight start to lift off of your shoulders. After all, how bad can you feel when you’re helping other people and doing well for your family?

Although you should take responsibility for your actions, you can’t punish yourself forever. You must forgive yourself, as you would forgive others. Of course that doesn’t mean to forget and make the same mistakes again.

Learn from your errors, but you deserve to feel good about yourself and the positive things you have accomplished. Leave the guilt behind and get motivated. Don’t let it drag you down and keep you from achieving greatness.

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