How to Feel Less Annoyed In Any Confict


How to Feel Less Annoyed In Any Confict
Learn to handle whatever life throws at you, calmly.

When did you last feel annoyed?

Chances are, that feeling didn't end at age 13. It occurs as frequently over smaller issues as it does for larger issues.

Similarly, more and more adults are acknowledging work place conflicts, street harassment and conflicts with friends and family. We are often told that to be an "adult" means to dismiss these issues, although the tension often continues to build up.

Ultimately, annoyance comes about when you find yourself not able to achieve a desirable result. Too many times, we allow ourselves to dismiss our frustrations in lieu of tackling it. Overtime, dismissing, rationalizing and disengaging leads to a build up within us. This increasing our levels of stress and illness — both physical and mental. In actuality, we really need an outlet for getting out our fears and frustrations.

In general, we do not know how to handle our conflicts effectively. There is a break down in communication all over the world and everyone must be held more accountable. It is in fact why we are seeing more and more school and work place violence, shootings, homicides and suicides.

Brāv helps foster targeted communication with the source of our frustrations before it gets to that level.

Let's learn how to better cope with life — together.

This article was originally published at Reprinted with permission.

More on dealing with anxiety from YourTango: 

Article contributed by
Advanced Member

Remi Alli *


Location: New York, NY
Credentials: JD, MS, Non-Profit, Other
Other Articles/News by Remi Alli *

How You Can Stop A Bully With The Internet


How do you respond to a belligerent attacker? You can ignore, avoid, "kill with kindness," assert yourself, confront or grow violent. Missing any? Often times bullies aren't interested in acting civil; they want to win, they want submission, and they want power. A small minority are looking to be put in their place, but overall, bullies aren't ... Read more

Fear And Bravery Are Two Sides Of The Same Coin


Guest Post: Meryl Sharlene Siongco We all have experienced the feeling of being scared, right? But with that feeling comes the option of being brave. Being brave means many things. Being brave enough to talk to that person you really like or even telling someone you love them are examples. To be brave is to also have the courage to do something that we ... Read more

What You Should Spend 5 Minutes On Daily


Guest Post: Meryl Sharlene Siongco Five minutes seems really short for some, but five minutes is actually quite a lot of time to do "good" for yourself. I know what you're thinking. "What! Five minutes for myself! I don't have time." Thanks to busy schedules and work, us humans forget our priorities, particularly to ... Read more

See More