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08 January 2009

I challenge myself to be calm

I challenge myself to be calm in order to release daily pressures

Managing my frustrations is the best way for me to reduce daily pressures. Sometimes I become upset because I feel like my daily pressures have become overwhelming. When I realize that I am becoming angry or depressed, I take actions to soothe myself.

I challenge myself to stay calm because I know that I can handle problems best when I approach them with a rational mind. A calm mind thinks clearly. Because I am a rational person, I can solve any problem that comes my way.

Whether it is the increased responsibilities at work, feeling like I don’t have time to accomplish all of my tasks, or feeling overwhelmed by family commitments – I stay calm. I may feel the urge to become frustrated or angry, but I realize that those actions will only intensify my anxiety and project negativity into the world.

Thinking of myself as a ship captain helps me remember that I can get though rough waters. When a storm approaches, I know that it will not last. Even in rough waters, a good captain can keep the ship on course.

Keeping a cool head and focusing on my goals are the best ways to get through daily pressures. I know that soon I will reach calm waters and the storm will be behind me.

Challenging myself to remain calm in the face of mounting pressures is a challenge I accept. I am a brave ship captain on a clear course. I know the rough waters are only temporary. Choosing to stay calm releases my daily pressures.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.    Do I allow daily pressures to upset me?
2.    How can I release daily pressures from my life?
3.    Do I accept the challenge to remain calm in the face of mounting pressures?
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I appreciate and acknowledge the love and support I receive from my family

I would be nothing without the love and support of my family. My family is not only my support but also the foundation for who I am. My family is always there for me when I need them.

I am blessed to have such an incredible family. Daily, I thank God for my family. I also make it a point to regularly thank my family for their presence in my life and for being just who they are. I truly feel privileged to have my family’s support in all of my endeavors.

Hearing a word of praise from a member of my family means the world to me. They cheer me on when I am winning. My family accepts me when I come up short. No matter how the game is going, they are always in my corner.

Fame is meaningless to me. An ovation from a cheering crowd of strangers pales in comparison to the pleasure I get from my family’s admiration. My purpose in life involves more than mere fame and fortune. It involves making a difference in the lives of others.

My family pushes me to be my best and to live the best life that I was created to live. They teach me virtues that will get me to the place I want to be. When life begins to cloud my view, my family keeps me focused on my dreams.

I treasure my relationship with my family like gold; hard times are the fire that refines that gold. Going through hard times together strengthens our bond. Even the moments with my family that I do not wish to re-live have taught me valuable lessons that help me be a better person today.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.    When was the last time I called a family member to thank them?
2.    How has my family's love and support changed the course of my life?
3.    What can I do, today, to show my family that I appreciate them?
 

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