DON’T GET ANGRY WITH YOURSELF

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You can free yourself, by forgiving yourself!

To be angry with yourself is not going to make things better for you. You are only hurting yourself more. Why would you want to do that? So, make the last time you were angry with yourself the last time because there is no positive benefit for you to keep on pushing yourself for something you’ve have done that you don’t like. In fact, being angry with yourself will only bar you from seeing whatever opportunity that is available.

By being angry with yourself is that you’ve accepted that’s it for you but, in fact, that is never it, because there is still room for growth.

I totally agree that for us to have a good relationship with others we must have a good relationship with ourselves. Besides, if we are constantly being angry with ourselves is a clear indicator, that we don’t have a good relationship with ourselves. If we make a mistake, we should be able to forgive ourselves. By not having a good relationship with ourselves, it will be even more challenging to have a good relationship with others.

I hope you will not settle for someone to treat you bad on a constant basis, but I hope that person is not you.

Don’t allow the mistake you have made to be the barrier that stand in your way of realizing your greatness. Too many of us, stop after our mistakes. We all make them at times, but those who don’t get angry with themselves get up, get out and keep moving!

Just don’t beat yourself up!

IT IS POSSIBLE TO GO BEYOND LIMITATIONS. IT MAY NOT BE EASY, BUT IT IS POSSIBLE.

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2 responses to “DON’T GET ANGRY WITH YOURSELF

  1. As you have mentioned previously, Richard, mistakes should be our instrument of learning. Since seeing your perspective on this principle I have worked hard to re-channel my focus and energy on taking a close look at those situations that did not go well and discovering WHY I did not realize success in those instances. Unless we learn from our mistakes how can we possibly move forward?

    I learned, sometimes the hard way, that anger is an emotion that results in harmful distraction at a time when we need to take a deep breath and refocus on the best way to address a problem before it gets worse. We cannot think proactively when anger plays interference on our objectives and outcomes.

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