Emotions happen in an instant. Your supervisor shoots down an idea in front of your colleagues and you’re humiliated. You’re teenage son leaves his socks on the living room floor again and you’re angry. Your best single girlfriend tells you she’s getting married and you feel lonely, happy or rejected (or maybe all three).
How you think about events that happen in your life, especially those stressful life events, can either help you get through tough times with an amount of equilibrium or it can derail you and end with your emotions in extremes. Continue reading “Does Your Thinking Help You Cope or Cause You Anguish?” »