Why do you respond or react the way you do? This about self-regulation and your reactivity mode. My mission here is to really help you strengthen your own self-regulating muscle.
I talk about what reactivity and self-regulation is, the danger of making excuses for other people’s behaviors, the passive aggressive ways of expressing displeasure, and the Freudian perspective on self-regulation.
The real question you should be asking yourself is what can you do? Today, I am going to share the importance of mindfulness and meditation and very simple apps that you can use to help with your mindfulness practice.
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“Self-regulating is our ability to manage disruptive or upsetting emotions and/or impulse.” – Terri Cole
- Why do you respond or react the way you do?
- The danger of making excuses for other peoples bad behavior
- What are the ways of bad self-regulation
- What is a reactivity mode?
- The passive aggressive ways of expressing displeasure
- The importance of mindfulness
- What you can do to strengthen your own self-regulating muscle
- The common ways to know we are in reactivity mode
“The more you understand what it is, the more you can put your energy into creating the internal space that you need when you are upset.” – Terri Cole
“We are the most activated when we are in conflict and we are feeling threatened.” – Terri Cole