Ask the Expert: Improve Your Skills to Cope with Stress
Hasan Yahya, Professor of Conflict Management-Psy-Sociology
Walla, please don’t put yourself in the shoes of the stupid person who was asked in an oval room to sit in the corner. Or stood forever for the stop sign to change. Rigidity or unreflective manners are good farms for stress, it grows fast and healthy. Have you ever find a beautiful garden full of stress? Don’t burn yourself in your irrational, hurtful, and negative thinking and actions. The red on the cloth, your son is leaving the hospital, from where he had it. I will come in the afternoon to wear my red cloth.
Without trouble, we will have a good time, you think, or may be you wish. Don’t say I am the first, the second to none in this world. The amazing wonderful husband or father, don’t fool yourself any more, you are like any body else. You may be lucky to belong to a wealthy family, or healthy family, but that would be a curse, what happened to Prince Monaco’s son, or Onassis’s daughter,, to give examples, or many other rich and famous personalities.
To be wealthy, in fact, is a curse, whither you admit it or not, the happy people are not wealthy around the globe. So trust yourself and understand it very well. You will be a happy person.
Change your perceptions of what you see, sometimes most stress comes from our heads, not from what we see. Just try to think positively and optimistically toward your life. Every happy person does. Why not you! www.hasanyahya.com