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Break the Pattern!
Learn the science and techniques to master your emotions
When Was the Last Time You Got Angry?
Maybe it was earlier this week when another driver cut in front of you causing you to slam on the brakes.
Perhaps it was when you had to ask your teenage child four times to wash his dishes.
Or maybe it was when you put a ton of extra time and effort into a project for your boss, and he not only took all the credit but also neglected to say, thank you.
These are all legitimate times to feel angry.
When things don’t go as you planned, or you think your efforts were not noticed or appreciated, you can feel not only, anger but also disappointment, frustration, hurt, and resentment.
Experiencing these feelings continuously over long periods will cause them to become embedded in your nature. They become the patterns of how you operate in the world – you begin to expect to be treated that way. The on-going expectations and negative thinking lead to negative feelings, which can lead to feeling victimized and undeserving.
Starting today, you can choose how you feel. You can choose your emotions. You can stop feeling put-upon, taken advantage of, and overwhelmed. You no longer need to feel victimized, or experience anxiety or anger. You don’t have to experience feeling unworthy, unsupported, fearful, or frustrated. Instead, you can choose to experience excitement, enthusiasm, hopefulness, love, and abundance.
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It only takes 15-minutes to start cleaning up your stinkin' thinkin' and negative self-talk so you can master your emotions and your life!
Learn how today!
Is there something holding you back from achieving your goals?
When you master your thoughts, emotions and ultimately your reactions, you can rewrite the story of your life. By choosing supportive and encouraging thoughts, you cultivate positive energy and emotions.
If you would like to experience more optimism, positivity, confidence, and joy, this is the perfect place to start.
The Holmes-Rahe Stress Inventory PDF
Mark down the point value of each of these life events that has happened to you during the previous year. Then, add up all your points to calculate your final score.
What Does Your Score Mean?
150 points or less | a relatively low amount of life change and a low susceptibility to stress-induced health breakdown
150 to 300 points | 50% chance of health breakdown in the next 2 years
300 points or more | 80% chance of health breakdown in the next 2 years, according to the Holmes-Rahe statistical prediction model
Please note that The American Institute of Stress does not own the Holmes-Rahe Stress Inventory and cannot give permission for reprinting or publication.