Do you feel happy with your current life?
People tend to get angry easily over different matters.
An example would be an argument between a child and his parents over a misunderstanding. Parents cannot understand why their child behave in a particular manner and the child does not know what his parents are thinking.
A more common cause of argument is the child’s use of computer and internet. Perhaps the parents worry that internet would be a bad influence on their child. However, from a child’s perspective, children in this generation rely on internet for news, information, do homework or even to learn a foreign language so as to broaden their horizons.
Have you had a similar experience and agree that the more you quarrel, the harder it is to communicate? This is due to insufficient blood being supplied to our brain. When this happens, our brain responds slower and cannot think logically. Thus, an argument ensues.
If you have had similar experience, you know that one does not feel good in the aftermath of anger. How do we resolve this? I will reveal the remedy on this Saturday’s online global group practice!
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