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Learn to Control Your Temper in Just 7 Days

Published on 1/10/2014
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Learn to Control Your Temper in Just 7 Days

Does this sound like you?

You’ve come to realize that letting your temper run rampant is counterproductive.
Deep down, you want to control your temper. You want to find constructive ways to
resolve situations. But for some reason those alternate approaches just seem to
elude you.

If that describes you, and you're really serious about making a change, you’ll be glad
to know that such a change is indeed possible!
In just 7 days, you can learn to approach life differently. You can discover how to take
things in stride. And you can develop a greater appreciation for the viewpoints of

Use these strategies consistently for a week to learn how to successfully control
your temper:

1. Practice meditation. Meditate every day this week. Meditation calms you. This
is especially true if you do it consistently. A habitually quiet soul rarely makes
room for a bad temper.
Spend a half hour each evening before bed just meditating. Turn on the
sounds of the ocean or a trickling river. Avoid letting anything else distract

Practice yoga if your body can handle it. Not only does your spiritual
energy benefit from yoga, but you also release stress from your muscles
by doing the poses.

2. Think before you speak. Pausing before responding to someone is helpful in
controlling your temper. You quickly realize that the responses you choose
impact you significantly. Pausing also helps you to think rationally instead of
overreacting. This week, pay particular attention to pausing before responding
in every situation.

If someone continuously does something to annoy you, avoid getting
upset about it. Avoid similar situations and the accompanying annoyances
in the future.

Take a moment and put yourself in the other person's shoes. How would
you feel if they lost their temper with you? Always take the time to
understand the impact of your actions on others.

3. Weigh the outcomes. What results could you get from choosing to stay calm
versus acting out? This is an important question to consider, even before being
faced with a trying situation.

Each day this week, ask yourself: Did I allow someone or something to really
test my patience today? Consider how it affected you. Did you get a
headache? Were you having difficulty concentrating for the rest of the

You may often find that losing your temper has far-reaching effects. Your
conscience may be bothered after you realize how damaging your
reaction was.

4. Be introspective. It's important to continue to look within yourself. What really
causes you to react irrationally and lose your temper?
Be honest with yourself. If you've experienced something painful and are
trying to mask it, that could be the cause.

Unresolved negative circumstances can prevent you from truly having
inner peace. As a result, you may develop the tendency to release
negative energy in counter-productive ways.

Take the time to talk to someone about how you're feeling. Talk to a
family member, friend, or even a professional therapist.
Avoid allowing your feelings of frustration to fester and negatively impact
your interactions with others.

Use these guidelines to find a place of perfect peace. After practicing these strategies
consistently for a week, you’ll find that you’re automatically beginning to change
your behavior. Being able to control your temper will enhance your relationships and
help you successfully manage difficult situations in the future.

Leroy Ross

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