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July 17, 2017:
Anger is fatal! It can cause serious harm to you and other’s connected with you. In the time of proliferating violence, you can’t underestimate anyone’s agitation. If I have to target a particular section of society, it will youth for the very simple reason: The so called “Anger Issues”. It’s natural to get angry but unnatural to become destructive.
To get hold of the understanding of issues related to anger, you must be clear of two things. One is passive aggressive behaviour and other is active aggressive behaviour. A Person who is passively aggressive will emotionally abuse and traumatise you until your break down. Such kind of people likes to play with emotions and they will hurt you emotionally but someone who is suffering from active aggressive behaviour can hurt you physically. When you believe yourself there is no force like anger which can’t be defeated.
Meditation is the masterstroke for summoning all the positivity from the universe. Meditation cleanses your spirit and body. It is a good source of passing out and if you will inhibit this routine in your daily life routine, you will less likely to be angered on trivial issues. All you need is the right kind of energy which will be directed to the path of attaining tranquillity.
Do you have boxing gloves? Or do you like to run? Well if you do, then it is the best possible way to eliminate your anger at that time. Whenever someone angers you, pick up your sports shoes and start running miles or start working out exhaustively. A workout is an excellent way to pass out your anger as it shifts your mind to a completely new track. There is also an added advantage to it, no loss only gain.
The major reason which propels is the emotional cutter you have stocked your heart with. Many times we lay down expectations from people, unfulfillment of which hurts. When you get hurt you learn to hate. And when you start to hate it turns into aggression. What you need to do is remove the redundancy from your life. Those who will be left post the cleansing are worth the keepers. Sooner you will see yourself encircled by positive spirited people and then there will be no room for anger in your life.
TAKE TIME OUT
However unavoidable the situation becomes and no wonder how much heated the aura is, you can’t let yourself collapse. Whenever someone triggers you, close your eyes and try to pacify yourself at once. Take time to analyse the situation underlying in front of you. Think before you act because your actions can determine a lot lately. Try moving out of the place and try figuring things out.
How many of you have heard that laughing is a good medicine? It definitely is. Imagine yourself at the interview where you boss is trying to bully you or pressurise you. What will you do? Will you growl at him? You can’t. So to relieve the stress you will find humour and calm yourself down. Whenever you feel angry try relieving tension in the air by laughing at it. Use humour to clean the bad breath. However, you can avoid sarcasm as it gets witty.
Empathy is “to be able to step into someone’s shoes”. When you empathise with others you build an understanding of them. When you empathise, you are more likely to be in a position of understanding other person’s problem and less likely to be aggressive.
Holding a grudge for a long time can fuel aggression in a long run as the energy can neither be created nor can be destroyed. When you hold a grudge you block a part within yourself from being free. The blocked part gets converted into a negative energy and sooner can exploit your sanity and put you in trouble. People who hold a grudge are more likely to show criminal instinct than those who don’t.
SEEK HELP WHEN YOU NEED
Last but not the least; never hesitate to seek elderly help. If you notice traits which are not normal or you face intense aggressive behaviour with your peers and colleague, it is the time you should seek an elderly advice. Remember behind every mishap is a callous attitude that we linger to.
– by Naina Mishra of Newsgram. Twitter @Nainamishr94
Amitabh Bachchan is adored by the public for his unforgettable on-screen performances as well as his magnetic demeanour. Not only do fans love Amitabh Bachchan's outstanding performance, but the actor's heartwarming words are also highly regarded. A much moved Amitabh Bachchan, during his speech to the crowd of over 80,000 people at the Reliance Industries' annual event, said that the legacy left by Dhirubhai has had a positive impact on millions of people's lives worldwide.
When Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan became bankrupt in the late 1990s, Dhirubhai Ambani stepped forward to give him financial assistance. In his speech, Bachchan remembered that Dhirubhai had sent Anil Ambani to offer him financial assistance during the crisis, which he had respectfully declined. Lenders began knocking on his door, losses mounted, and his bank account dwindled to nothing. He said, "Dhirubhai's money might have gotten me out of the problem quickly. However, I respectfully declined his offer and gradually began to find work again, which let me pay off my debt."
Amitabh Bachchan is adored by the public for his unforgettable on-screen performances as well as his magnetic demeanour. | Flickr
Later, after Bachchan had recovered from the bankruptcy, one day he was invited to an event at Dhirubhai's residence; Bachchan added, "Dhirubhai was standing and having a chat with his industrialist friends when he saw me there, he called me, firstly I felt shy even to present myself in front of such big industrialists but then, I went there, and Dhirubhai declared in front of all of them that 'This young man had fallen but managed to get back up on his own, I have a lot of respect for him because of that.' Those words of his were worth much more to me than any amount of money that he could have offered me."
It was the "Reliance Family Day" event and was attended by members of the Ambani family from all generations. The event commemorated the company's 40-year journey since its inception. It also celebrated the 85th birthday of the late Dhirubhai Ambani, RILs (Reliance Industries Limited) founder.
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In comparison to adults, children are prone to getting traumatized by troubling events easily, and this makes it important for parents to help their children when the times are tough. It could be a brutal accident, an unprecedented pandemic, a violent crime, or other disasters but with the right parental support, children have a higher chance of coming out stronger from an awful situation.
Anuja Kapur, Psychologist shares few tips wherein you can assist your child when tough times comes calling:
Every child responds differently to disturbing events: What children feel about a current disaster in their life and how they react to it can come and go in waves. Children can act moody and withdrawn at times, struck with sorrow and fear at other times. There's no absolute "right" or "wrong" way to feel after a traumatic event so make sure not to dictate what your child or how your child should feel and react to the event.
Children can act moody and withdrawn at times, struck with sorrow and fear at other times. | Photo by Kat J on Unsplash
Encourage your child to be transparent: Just make sure you let your child know that whatever feelings they're experiencing is normal. The unpleasantness will pass if your child opens up about it and that the phase is temporary. While many teens may be reluctant to talk about their feelings with a parent, encourage them to confide in another trusted adult such as a family friend, relative, or a counselor and teacher. It's important to talkeeven if it's not with you.
Just make sure you let your child know that whatever feelings they're experiencing is normal. | Photo by Sebastián León Prado on Unsplash
Deter your child from reliving the disturbing event: Dwelling over, watching the footage, or imagining the event can be overwhelmingly stressful for children and this stress can even block their nervous system. However, to negate such things from happening encourage activities that keep your child's mind occupied so they're not obsessive about the event. You could encourage your children to read, play games together, or simply watch an uplifting movie.
Dwelling over, watching the footage, or imagining the event can be overwhelmingly stressful for children and this stress can even block their nervous system. | Photo by Юлія Дубина on Unsplash
Cocoon your child with warmth: In order to reassure your child that they are safe with you and feel secure, that the worst is over your physical affection is important in making them feel safe again. Teens may try to be tough through it and avoid being held, but they still need the proximity.
In order to reassure your child that they are safe with you and feel secure, that the worst is over your physical affection is important in making them feel safe again. | Photo by adrianna geo on Unsplash
Maintain routines. Establishing a predictable structure and schedule for your child's life can help to make the world seem more stable again. Try to maintain regular times for meals, homework, and family activities. Make sure your child accommodates time and space for rest, play, and fun. Keeping up with a schedule can help countercheck the obnoxious feeling of stress and worry in children about the future being dark, hopeless, and unpredictable.
Try to maintain regular times for meals, homework, and family activities. | Photo by Paico Oficial on Unsplash
Acknowledge and validate your child's concerns. The disastrous events in life may give place to unrelated fright and concerns in your child. However, understanding and accepting your child's present state is a comfort for the child. If at any point the child blames himself for the event make sure to make it clear and crisp the event was not their fault, you love them, and it's okay for them to feel upset, angry, or scared but not guilty.
Understanding and accepting your child's present state is a comfort for the child Photo by Jeremiah Lawrence on Unsplash
Irrespective of the age of your child, it is vital for parents to offer that extra support and assistance following an unsettling event. The traumatic event may bring up unrelated fears and issues in your child. However, by accepting their thoughts and replacing their fear with your love and direction, the ominous feelings will start to fade away. Eventually, the child will be able to return to a normal and healthy life. (IANS/ MBI)
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The European Commission, the executive arm of the European Union (EU), has announced plans for smartphone and other electronics manufacturers to fit a common USB-C charging port on their devices in an effort to reduce waste. In addition to phones, the rules will apply to other devices like tablets, headphones, portable speakers, videogame consoles, and cameras, reports The Verge. The decision will have a huge impact on Apple, as the company still uses its own Lightning connector to charge iPhones. The proposals only cover devices using wired, not wireless and a USB-C port is only mandatory for devices that charge using a cable.
"Chargers power all our most essential electronic devices | Photo by Solen Feyissa on Unsplash
"Chargers power all our most essential electronic devices. With more and more devices, more and more chargers are sold that are not interchangeable or not necessary. We are putting an end to that," the report quoted EU commissioner Thierry Breton as saying.
The Commission also wants to unbundle the sale of chargers from the sale of electronic devices, which it says will improve the consumers' convenience. "With our proposal, European consumers will be able to use a single charger for all their portable electronics - an important step to increase convenience and reduce waste." In addition, the Commission will require manufacturers to provide relevant information about charging performance. (IANS/MBI)
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