Life is going to serve up some setbacks… so what can you do to recover? Recent research has discovered there are some beneficial actions you can take to recover quickly from the setbacks and disappointments of life. Learn the 5 steps of Counterfactual Thinking to get you moving in the right direction and react differently the next time things go bad.
Q: “I have a hard time apologizing. How can I improve?” -Gabriella, Brazil
A: You are not alone! Create personal change and repair relationships by utilizing a full and effective apology strategy. Many people apologize in ways that do not work, use this guide to express a true apology…
STUFF WE LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
Recently there have been some sad events occur in my neighborhood. A father, who happens to be my age committed suicide, as well a young woman in my neighborhood. I’ve seen the devastating pain and anguish these events have caused family and loved ones of these individuals. It has really made me think and try to be aware of the lives and hardships we all go through.
If you are seriously depressed please seek out help! Things will get better if you takes steps to get help and assistance. I urge you to reach out.
There are mental protocols to change our brains and recover from setbacks and position us to do better the next time setbacks occur.
Looking at different outcomes to this single experience can help you how build neural pathways of different ways to behave and react the next time you experience a setback.
QUOTES BY CHRIS
“The person with power is the person who is able to apologize first.”
“There is never anyone that will say ‘my life has never had any problems’. It’s just a part of the human experience.”
Look at the big picture!