Laugh a bit more at ourselves. Laugh with others. Many of us take it all too seriously all the time.
I’m grateful for my breath. To breathe freely without thinking is the gift of life itself.
A: My attitude towards the situation and an adjustment to my response. I heard recently that people who breathe consciously before responding are more moderate in their reaction and generally happier for it.
A: Starting with positive mindset, I use an empathetic framework / set of intentions when approaching others’ challenges.
A: I go for a brisk jog or run long enough to sweat – perhaps 20 minutes or so.
It’s a kind of release for me.
I’m releasing tension, producing endorphins, and getting clearer about the situation. This reduces anxiety and allows me to focus on constructive options.
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